TIM-06 Timber Strips Wallpaper by Piet Hein Eek, NLXL Wallpaper
Part of a collection called Zen Wood, artist Piet Hein Eek was inspired by his travels to Japan, where timber is used in a multitude of ways. He was inspired by the idea that wallpaper should provide an artificial alternative for a wooden wall. Using 3D timber strips, the wallpaper creates a teak-on-teak chevron pattern. One roll of this heavy-duty wallpaper has 53-square-feet of material and is washable with a soft cloth.
Window Trim, Architectural Systems Inc.
Window trim is no longer just for windows. Architectural Systems has created a new paneling, simply called Window Trim, that’s designed to cover the entire wall with colorful bits of trim. Nicer than the paneling of the ‘70s, this product comes in a 48” x 96” standard panel, though custom sizes are available, and is made of MDF with a finish layer of solid wood, wood veneers, and metal clad blocks.
Heritage Tiles Wallpaper, Milton & King
This faux tile wallpaper gives the classic impression of china blue and white tiles, fit for any European interior with the ease of wallpaper. With a pattern that lines up precisely across multiple rolls of wallpaper and almost indiscernible joints, this industrial wallpaper may look dainty, but it can withstand highly trafficked areas.
Completely composed of tiles, these floral designs are first rendered digitally then transformed into three-dimensional wall coverings with the help of robots. The beautiful and cheerful floral design covers 175” x 125” and repeats horizontally for an infinite wall of wildflowers. Featuring 3/8-inch vitreous glass tile, the designs are also available in ¾-inch vitreous glass, sintered glass, and natural stone. Wildflower is available in Twilight, Molten, Archipelago, September Breeze, Goldenrod, and Bloom.