1. Versa’s Lorenzo offers up an eye-catching 3D effect for the wall with intricate embossing. The multi-faceted fabrication continually morphs with changing light and viewpoints. It comes in 15 colors and is made of low-VOC 24 oz. vinyl on Osnaburg backing. Certified to NSF/ANSI 342.
2. Source One Wallcoverings’ Vanadis—distributed by TRI-KES, D.L. Couch, and Eykon Design Resources—has a highly original aesthetic with an organic cork pattern with metallic accents. The Type II, 100 percent vinyl with nonwoven backing will hit the market this coming June in 14 colorways.
3. Flap from Snowsound is fun and playful, allowing interiors to perform acoustically without creating an interruptive design. The panels achieve Class A sound absorption classification based on weighted sound absorption coefficient “Alpha w” per International ISO standard 11654.
4. Len-Tex has introduced Celeste, a Mylar-printed design styled with layers of horizontal bands on metallized film. The luminous glow is reminiscent of a sunset in the desert. Colors vary, and the product incorporates Len-Tex Clean Vinyl Technology, a phthalate-free construction. Len-Tex wallcoverings meet the standards of CA 01350 and CHPS, Scientific Certification Systems (SCS) Indoor Advantage Gold certified, NSF/ANSI 342 certified, Prop 65 compliant, and have a published Health Product Declaration (HPD).
5. Smith & Fong Co.’s Plyboo bamboo architectural plywood and textured wall systems engage the eye and don’t let go. This year the company will introduce and build a market for their reveal, sound, linear and palm collections, which currently comprise about 40 different designs, stains, and finishes.
6. MDC is offering an awesome new program as part of MDC Studio, the company’s growing digital solutions set. Its national wall art program includes more than 8,000 pieces of art from over 150 artists and more than 100 million licensed photographs, allowing users to apply them to their projects with state-of-the-art scanning and printing technology capabilities.