Rebel of styles is very delighted to introduce its newest eco-friendly wall décor product: ULTRAWOOD.
Ever dreamed of a Aspen or Alps chalet style in your house? Then choose for Ultra Wood 3d wall panel. It creates a warm, relax, harmonic, and authentic look in your house.
Ultra wood is made of highest quality of European beech wood and it’s made of 100% natural materials. The 3d panels have a smooth and sleek surface, so no more splinters.
Furthermore, these amazing panels offer so much more; it adapts to its natural situation and it’s creates pleasant warmth, rich and a cosy atmosphere.
A pleasant detail is, it only weights 4.2 kilos per square meter and the installation of these 3d panels is very user friendly.
Therefor already recommended and used by various international well-known architects, designers and remodelers.
Ultra Wood is suitable for almost every wall surface. It will be an original, extraordinary and authentic focal point.
Beside the various patterns in the panel, it will also create a natural shadow & light effect and blend in with the various interior colours.
So, for an authentic, relaxing and original look at home, or even better summarised: Get the chalet Aspen or Alps style in your house.
Ultra wood is the best and unique option out there. It is everything but ordinary!
Posted by Michelle Lesser at 6 August, 2014
When Luca Andrisani Architects were tasked into turning the new 8,380 square ft. offices of GoGo squeeZ, known for their on-the-go nutritious pouches of fruit & veggies for families, into a modern, lively office playground for its employees, the firm approached web-based printer Signazon in order to complete the space’s aesthetic. After installing glass enclosed conference areas, created for audible privacy while maintaining an enjoyable view of the city landscape, the design team applied custom decals from www.Signazon.com.
The result is a translucent, circled green and fuchsia pattern that gives the illusion of pixilation, or even cherry blossom trees, while allowing natural light to penetrate through and keep the office upbeat.
Considering the exposed layout of the office, the custom vinyl decals allow for creative privacy yet still invite open cohesiveness for GoGo squeeze team members wanting to create ideas and inspire ingenuity in a fun, attractive environment.
These detached “pods,” as GoGo squeeze calls them, also allow views through the glass and out to New York City’s vast urban landscape.
Often overlooked, glass decals can provide the perfect final touch to your home or office design. Cost effective, easy to install, and versatile, decals can turn your space into a gorgeous oasis.
Posted by Michelle Lesser at 4 August, 2014
I fall in love with this beautiful animal print wallpaper collection by Sissy + Marley, it super cute in a kids bedroom or a tiny place like a powder room.
Posted by Michelle Lesser at 20 May, 2014
Have you always wanted to mount a wild animal head on your wall for a decorative effect? Of course you have, it makes for great ambiance and speaks volumes about your aesthetic taste and courage.
Resin animal heads do not have any actual animal parts. Rather, they are handcrafted artistic pieces that are made to look like animal head mounts. These modernistic taxidermy specimens do not involve a carcass. How are they made, considering that no animal was harmed in the making of these head mounts?
These mounts are crafted using detailed photos and measurements of an animal. (Sometimes the animal is stored and then released after measuring and photography; sometimes the creator simply acquires the photos and specifications). From that point, the faux taxidermist creates a resin or fiberglass sculpture of the chosen animal, whether that is a deer, a bear or an elephant.
Yes, these fake animal heads are quite trendy today, as they add a lot to an interior design and can enhance space in a room. They are also excellent conversational pieces and “show stoppers.” Ceramic taxidermy is actually very popular today, and all the more so since crafters are capable of making anything. Not just bears or elephants, but even strange creatures like dinosaurs, unicorns and even mermaids for the truly adventurous.
Posted by Michelle Lesser at 16 May, 2014
Rachel Parker’s work explores digital print and hand embroidery combining the flexibility and immediacy of print with the slow simplicity of stitching by hand. Cross-stitching, grids and symbols are big influences in her work; she paints, draws and photoshops, but most of all she stitches. A graduate of Norwich University of the Arts Rachel describes her creative process as ‘Digital Craft’, combining the handmade with digital technology and describes her designs as “geometrics with a difference”.
This wallpaper created for CAMAC’s 2012 Design Competition. Inspired by the formalised structure found in the work of renowned architect and designer Augustus Pugin, designs for this collection were built from contrasting areas of flat colour, crafted together through a form of digital collage. Pattern is organised into architectural shapes that cut through the wallpaper. I was awarded two work placements; one with prestigious design studio Zoffany, and one with CAMAC Design to assist with the competition in 2013, one year on.
Posted by Michelle Lesser at 8 April, 2014
Bee Apis by Spanish design studio Monoculo, are beautiful wood tiles, 100% handmade & eco-friendly designed to decorate your walls. The facetted tiles are one of a kind and that make every composition unique. You can choose between cedar or beechwood.
You can fix them with double face adhesive tape (included) or mounting adhesive for a better fixation.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 18 November, 2013
We are excited to announce that UK-based global design leader, Graham & Brown (www.grahambrown.com), has launched the Kelly Hoppen Style collection, its second wallpaper portfolio with the renowned trend and style icon. The new collection captures Hoppen’s signature look perfectly, simple yet stylish with a tonal color palette, a hint of mystique and a touch of decadence. The new designs reinforce Graham & Brown’s goal to continue to push the envelope in showcasing the latest trends and styles in wallpaper and wall art.
Posted by Keren Fathi-Poor at 18 October, 2013