Focused on sustainability, the latest collection of Type II wallcoverings by Wolf-Gordon is comprised of a PVC-free material that is highly durable and boasts the performance capabilities of traditional vinyls.
Clair includes 10 textile- and organic-inspired designs that adhere to the desire to include elements that contribute to overall wellness in the built environment. The commercial-grade, bleach-cleanable series has high abrasion, impact and scratch resistance and is made from 20 per cent post-consumer recycled content. Highlights from the collection include:
Castine, a linen-look ground with vertical slubs contrasted by multi-coloured horizontal lines that feature a subtle metallic sheen.
Referencing the natural striations found in sediment and canyon rocks, the horizontal streaks of Denali give an illusion of depth that is strengthened by a watercolour effect.
An artistic rendering of wood, Pando has a bark-like motif that is achieved through varying the weights of sketch-like lines.
Mimicking basketweave, Ardley plays with tonality and scale to create an irregular and textural surface.
Each pattern is offered in from 10 to 17 complementary colourways.