Weekly Top Five: Wall Coverings
The same distressed demeanor adorns Delancey, whose six panels re-create a faded sign 9 feet wide and 6 feet high. The atmosphere is industrial in Dartmouth, a 12-by-9-foot mural-created with eight panels-that depicts gears and cogs. Typewriter keys recall low-tech times in Dorrington, whose four panels form a 6-by-9-foot image; see more
Murano Vine polyester-nylon in blush by Innovations in Wallcoverings; see more
Wine Corks ceramic by Imagine Tile; imaginetile.com.
The circular graphics, each 4 feet in diameter, consist of three ultrathin layers of nontoxic, PVC-free mattevinyl film. Each is printed with a different image-flowers, animals, or insects-creating a vibrant, abstract intermingling of shapes and colors. But when exposed to red, green, or blue light, the correspondingly colored layer reveals itself. And the effect is viewable from all angles, so they’re also fi tting for the ceiling; see more
5. SICIS – Steel Mosaic Wall Tile
Steel Wall Covering Collection by Sicis. Finish Offerings: Shiny, Smooth, Gilt, Net, Blot, Dot, Speckle; see more