Sources: Wallcoverings

  1. Mock Rock, designed by Ghislaine Viñas for Flavor Paper, is inspired by her fireplace at home. It takes a texture and translates it into a flat surface, depicting different shaped rocks sketched into a unique juxtaposition.
  2. Astek had the distinct honor of collaborating with famed printer, mural artist, opera set designer, printmaker, and performance artist Gronk to create none other than the Gronk collection. The line reimagines his original paintings into large-scale wallcoverings. 
  3. Rubelli’s new Substance and Extravagance collection reinterprets their fabrics for the wall. Lady Hamilton is one of its six patterns. A digital print on a nonwoven base, it’s inspired by a sketch housed in the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Rubelli set out to recreate the metallic effect in the fabric of the same name.
  4. Móz Gradients feature a unique blending technique that creates an iridescent surface material and nine unique color spectrums that radiate from light to dark. Eight different grain patterns can also be specified.
  5. Jaipur is part of the Recollections line by Boym Partners for Wolf-Gordon, a collection of four Type II wallcoverings. The duo drew on a lifetime of travel, and this pattern comes from the intricate block printing of Indian textiles.
  6. Stacy Garcia’s Paper Muse collection for York Wallcoverings brings a new level of excitement to the wall with dramatic colors, graphics, and textures. Wild Poppies features a shimmering pearlescent ground backdrop with a field of florals rendered in a soft, velvety flock.