- From our Modern Across America issue, check out these nifty products made in the Southwestern U.S. (Then, scope these Northwestern favorites here!)
Wall tiles soak up background noise and provide a jolt of pattern and color. This iteration—made in Sweden from wood wool, cement, and water—also helps regulate a room’s humidity thanks to the composite material’s high absorption rate.
- Wallpaper often comes with negative connotations of frenetic patterns and faded fruit borders, but a new wave of wallpaper design offers modern alternatives to plain paint and plaster.
Screen printed in Portland by a multi-disciplinary collective that specializes in graphic and pattern design and art direction.
Manufactured in CB2’s hometown, Chicago, the screen printed pattern of tree branches in the company’s first wallcovering collection comes in aqua or metallic.
The New York designer’s latest pattern is part of her Shifting Landscapes line, which explores the transforming nature of shared terrains like rippling sand dunes.
Check out these cool pixelated patterns from Trend USA's FEEL collection, featuring tile mosaics made from post-consumer recycled materials. In addition to the six shown here, there are 22 more motifs that will work on walls and floors throughout your home.
- With the convenience that wallpaper provides, it is no wonder the timeless household product has been praised as one of the most popular ways to give your home a quick, attractive, and relatively…