New Products - Wallpaper Collective - Scrapwood series
Wallpaper Collective - Scrapwood series
Long before recycling got hip, Piet Hein Eek scavenged for wooden salvage to build his artful line of furnishings. Over the years this approach landed the Dutch designer in a number of influential galleries and cultural institutions, New York's Museum of Modern Art among them. But he'd never extended his unique sensibilities to walls-until now. The Scrapwood wallpaper series mimics the look and feel of reclaimed wood but is actually printed on heavy-duty nonwoven paper with membrane backing. And while there are six style subsets-from monochromatic 04 and 05 to mosaiclike 03 and 06-the patterns are far from programmed. Each reveals unique properties, just like the woods the series is modeled on; note the whitewashed planks of 01 and 02. Offered in 43-square-foot rolls 17 ¾ inches wide by 354 inches long, the colorfast prints can be washed with just water and a cloth. 917-951-2081; wallpapercollective.com.
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