Walls reminiscent of the 50s

Wall&decò at Maison et Objet with its indoor wallpaper collection

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19/01/2015 - The 2015 Paris exhibition will take on a new meaning for Wall&Decò, who has once again ventured into unchartered territory by partnering with different artists and designers to produce a diverse mix of creations.

From charcoal drawing to wall painting, from fabric printing to photographic images, from 3d graphics to engraving: this type of artistry is cleverly turned into a vertical wall pattern, with truly original visual effects. A further evolution in wallpapering, offered in different themes and tastes.

The collection focuses on Wall&deco's traditional themes, such as photographs. Yet the graphics have taken on a new look, turning into a pattern that takes away the immediate attention to details: the pattern is no longer depictive but evocative, through dynamic photo overlays or by blending in with the background, for a fuzzy effect subtly revealing feminine silhouettes.

The wall is never one-dimensional, but is given movement through the material effects of gauzes, fabrics, tapestries and concrete crystallised laces, or with 3d micropattern optical effects, revisited with an elegant look reminiscent of the 50s.

The patterns are further enhanced by Bronzage, a substrate with metallic pigment able to give the walls a truly original display of colours and a stunning glowing effect.

Scènes d’Interieur, Hall 7/ Stand E1


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