Fabricated by 3-D-printed rollers, these wall panels are embossed with raised relief patterns that are soft to the touch. Notably, the material makeup is not vinyl, but an olefin-based film that is free of PVC, heavy metals, and chemicals.
These sheets of glass were mouth-blown and then flattened by the heat of an 800-degree Fahrenheit oven. The process creates a motif that resembles glassy currents moving across the surface of a lake.
Embroidered with a silvery floral jacquard motif, this mélange surface makes a pleasantly unexpected wall covering. The cotton-linen blend involves an aged dyeing, coloring the material in three neutral hues: soft white, oatmeal brown, and muted turquoise.