Product code: Muurbloem_C&S_Stitched_GY
design by Muurbloem designstudio
scale 1 : 1
based on a wall of three meters high
Muurbloem will fit the wallpaper design, to the size of your wall
full-color print on high-end architectural wallcovering:
architectural vinyl wallcovering (One piece, from floor to ceiling) (1
fleece architectural wall covering (in jobs) (2
full-color printing on fabrics for curtains and acoustic panels (3
specifications: under "specification" you can find all the information and explanations for the installation
price: depends on number of m².
The inspiration for this extraordinary collection “Curves & Stripes” has its origin in the studies on the subject of hair. Hair that is made out of soft flowing and wavy lines. As hair covers and protects the human body
so will this collection cover and protect the skin of your walls. The fine tuned designs create a warm, natural and familiar feeling because we are all naturally familiar with hair.
The theme is reflected through the use of several materials, which served as a tool to draw and shape compositions. Each material has its own character, which in turn creates a variety of forms. The collection gives a wall a third dimension, as if the design emerges from the wall. This gives the wall an additional tactile feel. Curves & Stripes is a play full collection with several different and unique designs.
For centuries wallcovering has been the face of walls themselfs, faces that tell our lifesyle, needs and aspirations. This rich history makes wallcovering a intresting and inspiring subject. The designs are often large in size, this is done on purpose to make a relation between the design and the achitecture. This to give the experience to be surrounded by the design and making you feel a part of the wallcovering itself.
Muurbloem design studio regards the surfaces of walls as an intresting object, because the walls make the transition of achitecture and interior design. With Muurbloem’s original designs you create your own atmosphere for each space.
The singularity about these collections are the panoramic designs with horizontal repetitions. Each design fills the total hight and repeats in the horizontal directions, this giving the impressions that the walls are endlessly long.