We just received a submission from WallArt and we are Loving it! We are big fans of 3D wall panels as they add coolness and texture to any room . WallArt has 16 models to choose from – now, that’s a tough decision!
WallArt will bring your walls to life with their eco friendly 3d-wallpanels made out of the fibrous residue of sugarcane also called bagasse. This fibres of crushed sugarcane stalks, remaining after raw sugar is extracted from the juice of the sugarcane by shredding it, is now the raw material that forms the base of this easily installed eco friendly interior product. The raw material used for WallArt 3d-wallpanels is 100% recycled, compostable and therefore 100% biodegradable.
WallArt 3d wall panels are all made out of a renewable source which is biodegradable and therefore contribute to sustainability. Bagasse, as a residue of sugarcane, is one of the world’s most renewable sources because sugarcane can be harvested up to 3 times a year. The total harvest worldwide is more than 1.2 billion metric tons yearly and out of each 3 ton of sugarcane there remains 1 ton of bagasse. By using this recycled raw material we can say this 3d-wallpaper is a real eco decor product.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 19 April, 2012
The concrete pavement Playtime adapts and reinterprets the traditional technique of marquetry to the specifics of this construction material. Playtime plays with geometric and counterforms concrete. The pattern on the first plate, disappears little by little on the second and third slab no longer exist on the fourth. Theses four pavement each can create a design more or less dense in places.
Posted by Michelle Lesser at 26 January, 2012
Give walls a new textured look with Limestone Gallery’s “Shadow Mosaic” collection of marble and limestone wall panels and tiles. Suitable for anywhere in the home from staircase wall to a powder room, an entrance or a wall in the dining room.
Posted by Michelle Lesser at 28 December, 2011
The new Henley range from Topps Tiles is a great way to get the Alhambra look. Each piece is made up of four tiles, making them brilliant value for the size.
Topps Tiles have used the most advanced digital printing technology to recreate the encaustic patterns. In limited instances a very faint micro line may appear on the surface of the tile but this is a characteristic of digital printing technology and does not in any way compromise the final aesthetical appearance of the tile when laid on the floor.
Posted by Michelle Lesser at 2 November, 2011
These great mosaic wall tiles, inspired by the Japanese culture and aesthetic have been created for Inax, also a Japanese company, and called ‘Dent Cube’. The designer, Teruo Yasuda, decided to bring together glass and porcelain at different depths for a truly unique effect. The wall tiles allow for captivating reflections and shadows which when used indoors, will enhance atmosphere. The colored glass inserts are available in many different hues allowing for infinite design possibilities.(via)
Posted by Michelle Lesser at 1 November, 2011
KISMET TILE is Moroccan-made cement tile crafted according to traditional materials and methods but with bold, modern motifs which highlight the beauty, materiality, and geometric harmonies of these classic tiles.
Posted by Michelle Lesser at 7 October, 2011
Toronto-based Urbanproduct is currently working with local manufacturers in developing these tile in a number of materials. Wooden and ceramic production batches are expected this year, whilst concrete tiles are currently available. Natural pigments and soya based finish compliment cutting edge technology and create a unique and affordable wall treatment for any space, indoors and out.
Posted by Michelle Lesser at 27 September, 2011