Many of the prints above are available at Designer Wallcoverings and Fabrics.
After years of innovation, DesignerWallcoverings.com is now offering custom digital printing with glossy shiny inks.
Imagine a nightclub, bar, or restaurant utilizing the black on black custom glossy ink wallpaper.
For performance, the inks are UV curable and commercially rated for both fire and durability.
Try Designer Wallcoverings™ for all of your custom digital printing needs. They are innovators.
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Wallpaper Wings and Fabric Wings are an intregal part of openeing a proper fabric and wallpaper showroom.
If you are looking to purchase high quality 5 foot wings with possible railing, please contact The Wallpaper Maker at 1-888-373-4564
Growing up in the wallpaper and fabric industry, there are a few patterns that would be considered iconic. Imperial Garden is one of these wonderful classic patterns. Created by Charles Barone, this pattern was West Los Angeles circa 1980’s. The pattern was even featured in numerous Architectural Magazines as well as The Ambassador Hotel. Recently licensed, Imperial Garden is available again as a Digiwall Pattern which allows for custom coloring and scaling.
Contact the Professionals at http://www.DesignerWallcoverings.com to bring this classic wallpaper into your home or commercial environment.
From Sweden comes a new take on wallpaper. Customize your wallpaper pattern then pick from 5 different shelves. The wallpaper is then wrapped around acrylic shelving.
Off the wall – Wallpaper with a third dimension
Off the Wall is a 3-dimensional wallpaper. The concept consists of two elements – wallpaper and 3-dimensional shapes of acrylic sheets forming shelves and lamp shades.
The 3-dimensional shape is maintained over the wallpaper and set against the wall with the same wallpaper. The result is that the wallpaper seems to come alive, bulges and rolls up, and forms to shelves and lamp shades. The sheets are heated in an oven and then placed in a mould to get its shape and finally drilled and sanded.
The shelves are sold together with specially designed wallpapers with exciting designs. The wallpaper is printed on demand.
Remember The Golden Girls?
The set for the Miami home shared by everyone’s favourite silver-haired sirens is surely one of the iconic interiors of the ’80s – blond, cane-framed furniture, an abundance of creamy pastel pinks and turquoises, that dreamy lanai (a word that only seems to exist south of the border) and, the clincher for me, that huge-repeat banana leaf wallpaper that wrapped Blanche’s bedroom in over-the-top tropical splendour…
Turns out the wallpaper – a pattern called Martinique – was originally commissioned for use in the Beverly Hills Hotel in the 1940s, and continues to pop up in select rooms there to this day.
I was really pleased to see Brian Atwood and superstar designer Nate Berkus use this classic pattern in the dining room of Atwood’s Milan apartment in a recent issue of Elle Decor. I admire their guts in mounting this fantastic foliage in such a large-scale application. This is an 80s throwback I could definitely live with!
From Elle Decor, April 2009 (Photography by Simon Upton)
DesignerWallcoverings.com is proud to represent Turner Pocock from the UK.
Known for the originality and whimsy in design from their UK Studios.
The Beverly Hills Hotel is known for the dusty pink of the buildings and the bungalows; the tufted, circular pink velvet couches in the lobby; and, the iconic wallpaper that decorates the Fountain Coffee Shop downstairs.
Martinique, the distinctive design, with its large, bright green leaves, was created especially for the “Pink Palace” in 1942 by decorator Don Loper. With its waving banana palm leaves, it is probably one of the most recognizable wallpapers in the world. Try it in a bathroom (don’t forget to paper the ceiling) for a touch of jewel box glamor. In a living, dining or bedroom, keep the rest of the look clean, modern and spare, as Brian Atwood and Nate Berkus do in their combination dining/living room.
MORE INFO (& BUY THE BH Hotel Banana Leaf Wallpaper at): Designer Wall Coverings.com
MORE MARTINIQUE ON APARTMENT THERAPY:
• Nate Berkus’ Other Apartment
Image: The Beverly Hills Hotel
Orto Living Wallcovering This decorative concrete has channels running through it for moss to grow. The network of shallow trenches is based on aerial topographic photos. The plants set into the trenches allows this green wallcovering designed by Kriszta Balázs to improve the microclimate. This practical ornamentation can be used indoors or out.