Hospitality Interior: wall covering

Hospitality Interior: wall covering

Koroseal

Anya Larkin recently signed a licensing agreement with Koroseal Studios, a newly formed division of Koroseal, to create vinyl wall coverings. One of the first collections from Larkin is shown here and includes Shagreen, Origami, Celebration, Rick Rack, and Charisma. Koroseal, 3875 Embassy Parkway, Fairlawn, OH 44333.

Hopitality wall covering material 1

Hopitality wall covering material 1

Furniture Innovations

Allegory Fern and Rush are made by using wood pulp and water-based inks, and contains no formaldehyde. Innovations, 150 Varick Street, New York, NY 10013.

Hopitality wall covering material 2

Hopitality wall covering material 2

Guard Contract

Engage is a 54-in.-wide, Type II wall covering reminiscent of handcrafted scrollwork. Offered in 21 colorways, including rich jewel tones, metallics, and soft neutrals. Guard, 1280 North Grant Avenue, Colombus, OH 43201.

Hopitality wall covering material 3

Hopitality wall covering material 3

Wolf-Gordon

Lisboa, one of twelve new contract wall coverings by Wolf-Gordon, resembles tile work that has been pieced together in a deceptively simple patter. Lisboa is offered in 18 colorways that tend toward natural and earth tones. Wolf-Gordon, Long Island City, NY 11101.

Hopitality wall covering material 4

Hopitality wall covering material 4

MDC: Classica, a new polyolefin wall covering, reflects the Renaissance Age’s elevated sense of style and is offered in a variety of colorways ranging from neutrals to midtones. MDC, 1200 Arthur Avenue Elk Grove, Illinois 60007. www.mdcwallcoverings.com.

 

Carnegie

Inspired by industrial environments, the Metal Works Gren Furniture collection, made from Xorel, is offered in eight patterns and 67 colorways. Like metal, Xorel can appear to be polished, textured, or galvanized. Carnegie, 110 North Centre Avenue, Rockville Centre, NY 11570.

Hopitality wall covering material 6

Hopitality wall covering material 6

Wallcovering Source Group:

Bob Lehrmitt and Sharon Drinkwine created Venetian Plaster and its four coordinating patterns–Icon, Stripe, Damask, and Diamond. The design has a repeat of 54 in. horizontally and approximately six ft. vertically. Wallcovering Source Group, 11123 Shady Trail, Dallas, TX 75229.

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