There is an incredible rise of people asking for a banana leaf and tropical feel. When we first sought out this design, we really loved the surface print technique on a cellulose sub-straight in a narrow width (Inked Kingston). We wanted to take this design and move it into a vinyl (Kingston) to be used in more of a commercial application such as headboard walls or featured walls, without losing the artistic detail of the raised surface printing technique.
Linken is luxurious without trying too hard. It has a look of elegant men's suiting to it - a bit of an implied plaid built on a linen texture. It is simple and understated. We kept most of the colorways true to that theme with strong neutrals.
"Pettine" is the Italian word for comb. This pattern was inspired by the artistic combing technique and developed using an ancient German technique called paste printing which was used mostly for end paper.
Fibers gather and ruche, merging together with oxidized metals and ore. Hand-shaped and quartz fired, a spontaneity of surface textures emerge. Tulle-like yet rustic, RAKU’s essence is wabi-sabi; finding true beauty in the natural.
Intricate embellishments pattern geometrically across the wall, gilded, complex and illuminating. Interlaced and ornamental, the Byzantine inspired shapes repeat with precision and grace. Like a rhythmic tapestry, TAZA is a decorative architecture of adornment and opulence.
Discover the natural elements and imperfections in large-scale statement texture, Foiled. Crackled effects with a hint of metallic are visible atop the purposely marred ground. Notice an organic stone feature or a dramatic edgy effect in the 8 colors that range from soft and subtle to strong and striking.
Sherlock, a refined herringbone, features layers of threads and stitches which add movement and dimension to the design. This small texture can be seen at a distance and may remind you of the famous detective. Warm and cool neutrals are joined by notable multi-colored accents in the 19 hues.