Sources Spotlight: Wall Coverings

Bildenwood by Wolf-Gordon
“LTL selected Wolf-Gordon’s Bildenwood in Silver Birch as a material accent for a feature wood wall and three custom millwork pieces in the company’s new corporate headquarters. We liked that it has a consistent woodgrain and a natural appearance, providing warmth and elegance when applied as a millwork veneer and wallcovering.”  

—Antonia Wai, Project Manager, LTL Architects

1. Luum’s new Transference Collection explores the use of unexpected distortions and glitches as a compelling design element. The Bella-Dura fabrics are available in two options that create visual chatter and surface interest: Disrupt, a textured and twisted novelty yarn that reinterprets houndstooth; and Vital, which uses unusual color combinations to create texture. 

2. With rich colors and sleek style, Brick Effect Wallpaper from Murals Wallpaper demonstrates a range of luxurious designs from brick walls coated in bold, deep color to classic, natural brick looks. The murals use modern digital-printing techniques and HD photography.

3. A collaboration between Bobby Berk and Tempaper has resulted in a peel-and-stick wallpaper that instantly transforms rooms. The collection includes three patterns that use simple, repeating forms in a neutral palette that can be paired with any number of aesthetics. The ability to remove the wallpaper is ideal for spaces that require frequent style refreshes.

4. The London 1832 design was inspired by a fabric scarf from the Zoffany archive, which depicts a 19th-century map of the city. Available in a striking silver colorway, the design has been enlarged in scale and is digitally printed as a wide-width wallcovering that is cut by the repeat.

5. ASI’s Composition Cork is a sustainable way to add sound absorption to an interior. This rapidly renewable material can be applied on vertical surfaces and is available in a variety of colors and shapes. The tiles can be customized to create unique patterns while helping to dampen excess noise.