Patterns wallpaper with macro motifs and close-ups on glass, drops of water or growth rings of a cut down tree is a connection of technicalism and naturalness, a combination of modernity with classicism and mishmash of gentleness of construction with hardness of material. Structural motifs look prettily on walls of a modern kitchen, classical living room or minimalistic bedroom. They successfully substitute unfashionable wooden panelling, all-too-familiar tiles or very expensive stuccoes.
Pattern photo wallpaper is not bound to the wooden panelling that was fashionable in the darkest period of the people anymore, but to modern, extremely desirable design. Textures in many versions – from stone, through quilted leather, to mosaics – capture our rooms interiors and are placed in the first of among design bestsellers.
Thanks to them, walls stop being flat, one-dimensional and boring, and start to live their own life and to take on a form of original, wood or tile covered, domestic murals. The change of bland stretch of wall into textural picture is very appealing. Unfortunately, such metamorphosis demands tremendous amount of means and work. Luckily, there exist much easier and economical solution that allows us to achieve desirable effect.
A close encounter with nature
We should associate nature only with pleasant and subtle moments. It, though inc
Abstract interlaying . . .
A mosaic or cubic form will always do good as the decoration of the interior. Th
Wooden longings - natural texture
Nature... It can amaze, bewilder, fascinate and sadden. A photo wallpaper with a
Refreshing spring green
Each season is unusual. Each one intrigues and amazes in its own way. However, s
Backbone of naturalness
Each lesson of life is precious. You should remember about important and minor m
As soft as a lotus petal
As soft as a lotus petal... unusual description. Why is it so unusual? It’s ha
There will be fun, it will be happening
Boredom in a house? It can’t be! We don’t know what it means. We’ve got