This Wallcovering by Avery Thatcher Reflects Subtle Shifts in Light
Designer Avery Thatcher—founder of Juju Papers—launches a new brand name alongside the unveiling of Mother. Inspired by the shimmering kaleidoscopic film used in fishing lures, Thatcher developed a reflective wallcovering that shifts subtly under varied lighting situations and as different objects are placed in front of it. The name alludes to the properties of mother-of-pearl, glowing and distinctive yet organic and grounding. The wallcovering, made of an iridescent Mylar film with a nonwoven backing, is suitable for commercial and residential spaces. It is also Climate Neutral certified. Available in a single evanescent colorway, Mother is 54 inches wide.
Dame Zandra Rhodes Crafts Colorful, Hand-Painted Patterns for Gainsborough
Trained textile designer Dame Zandra Rhodes creates hand-painted patterns developed especially for English weaving house Gainsborough.
4Spaces Introduces the Aura Wallpaper Collection
Back in 1936, philosopher Walter Benjamin tried to define the ineffable quality that gives a work of art its unique presence in time and space. He came up with the term Aura, which the Swiss manufacturer 4Spaces has adop…
Malene Barnett Teams Up With Lulu and Georgia on Wallcovering Line Inspired by the Sea
Working with Lulu and Georgia, Malene Barnett debuts Kindred, a line that translates her intricate hand-built clay sculptures and vessels into standout wallpaper.
6 Products to Spice Up Any Space
From wall coverings to outdoor seating, the warm tones in these 6 products can spice up any residential or commercial space.
Designtex Launches a Trio of Graphic Goodies
Applied materials manufacturer Designtex launches a trio of dimensional and graphically charged goodies, on view at NeoCon.
These Wallcoverings by Bradley L Bowers for Wolf-Gordon Explore Visual Depth
Bradley L Bowers launches his latest wall covering, Chromalis: a heady exploration of visual depth and movement for Wolf Gordon.