Originally published in Interiors & Sources

09/01/2010

Wall Coverings

 

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Weitzner's innovative Newsworthy takes recycled newspaper to a new level of luxury. This distinctive design is woven on a handloom from strips of newsprint and backed for all applications—from residential to hospitality. This playful choice makes headlines in a boardroom, library, or any space where it demands close inspection.

 
 

Grooves—architect David Rockwell's latest installment for Maya Romanoff—is a sophisticated 54-inch, Type II vinyl wall covering with a clean linear look. Grooves comes in four patterns: Can Can, Limbo, Hula, and Conga. The corrugated texture of Can Can is the background for every pattern. Limbo, Hula, and Conga add an imprinted graphic pattern to the background.

New to North America, Roya Manufacturing introduces its new brand Prime Walls—a line of commercial wall coverings so alluring in beauty and texture, they beg to be touched. With trend-setting designs from all over the world, Prime is set to make its mark with an ever-growing collection.

 
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Advanced Technology Inc. introduces MirroFlex, a new line of decorative surfacing panels distributed to the A&D community by Roos International. MirroFlex offers three-dimensional decorated thermoplastic panels in a variety of designs—from Old World to contemporary—for ceilings, walls, backsplashes, and wainscoting. These panels can be ordered in a variety of finishes, including the new EccoFlex material, which contains 40 percent post-industrial recycled content.

 

 
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