Leiden - BRICK
Spring brings a fresh wave of energy and a feeling of renewal. We're looking to match that sentiment with products that integrate biophilic design, sustainable materials, and processes. Take a look at our organic patterning, supple textures, and softer palette.
Mahana - Branches with blossoms from this flowering tree are gracefully printed on coarse-textured linen. A subtle two-tone effect is present in each color of this textile wallcovering.
Coppice - Celebrating nature’s beauty is our micro-etched pattern, Coppice. This new technique uses a laser beam to generate a forest of trees in fine lines with tonal variations. Produced on our “Uppity Grey” acoustical Felt, the durable wallcovering is bleach cleanable and fade resistant.
Palmier - We bring the tropics inside, with a palm leaf design. Micro-etched on our "Jolly Jade" acoustical Felt, the pattern's fine lines create texture and movement. Our felt material is a sustainable product 95% post-consumer recycled from plastic bottles.
Type II Wallcovering
Southwark - Reflecting the traditional and trendy fusion of London’s borough of Southwark, this pattern’s super-scale design features a wide chevron pattern with a grainy-wood texture. Southwark combines a classic handcrafted texture with a pearlescent finish and comes in 10 natural and mineral shades.
Leiden - Leiden’s abstract design defies gravity and breaks against structure and form. Its lively composition of fragmented shapes forms a large-scale pattern. The palette contains an exquisite array of rosy browns and comforting grays in tonal shades.