From classic patterns in unexpected textures (hey, jute) to over-the-top prints resembling antique Spanish tiles, we found high-quality wallpapers for every design aesthetic.
With the newest product additions, Carnegie is the largest PVC-free program in sustainable commercial wall coverings. Xorel is a really remarkable product: it is a woven textile that exceeds the Type II vinyl performance. It is also highly durable, easy to clean, and tear resistant. The textile is also Cradle-to-Cradle Gold certified as biologically safe and healthy.
The patterns of the Presidio collection are a reflection of designer Shanan Campanaro’s inland San Diego roots. Clemente (pictured above) is an organic, foliage dense pattern named after San Clemente Canyon, famously filled with eucalyptus trees. It is available in three colorways.
Inspired by Spanish and Portuguese painted tin-glazed tiles, Granada is a kaleidoscope of blues and whites, that will make any kitchen or bath look like a painstakingly collected group of vintage tiles have been laid into place, without the cost or effort.
The most recent collection from Innovations is inspired by fashion and different fabric textures such as the iconic Chanel tweed. Burnish is one of two new Type II vinyl wall coverings that are suitable for hospitality, commercial, and residential interiors. This amorphic repeat print is based on a frost patterns found by the designers while window shopping for jewelry in New York City.
Zoffany’s Fall 2016 collection is inspired by Japanese design and nature. The subtle patterns emanate from the painterly brushstrokes in traditional Japanese art. A first for Zoffany is the addition of fabric wall coverings. Textural patterns are woven as jacquards, paper-backed, and in some cases, digitally printed.
This collection, entitled Natural Village, contains handmade wall coverings. Each pattern is sewn by hand. Before that, the fibers of the plants are harvested, carefully selected, washed, dried, and stretched in the sunlight. They are collected and grouped into small portions before they are sewn on traditional looms. Natural variations are noticeable in each print, making each panel unique.