Wall&decò reinterprets the Seventies

Essential Wallpaper and Style Colours are the two new collection signed by Wall&decò exhibited at Maison&Objet Paris. These brand new wall covering collections reinterpreted the the Seventies elaborating a few patterns dear to the company, as the floral – renewed in terms of form, colour and techniques for realization -, lettering, trompe l’oeil and material, sometimes in juxtaposition, or mingled with more abstract and geometric themes.
The atmospheres of that glorious age emerge from different chromatic nuances: a placid palette featuring greens and blues; a warm palette, where red prevails, lastly serene hues such as cream, ivory, beige and grey, supporting a linearity subtly reminiscent of Art Deco.

Essential Wallpaper is an unconventional stylistic and technical approach adopted by Wall&decò for creating wallpaper where macro patterns give way to textures and engraved features that convey the allure of detail. An initial proposal of 12 Essential Wallpapers, composed of 4 main designs declined in 3 color variations each, offering multiple applications in environments with different decoration furnishing requirements.

Style Colours is the first Wall&decò collection developed to complement wall covering proposals, dedicated to the selective production of premium mural paints. A product collection consisting of 20 color shades grouped into 4 chromatic palettes, that cuts across the wall covering collections and enriches the proposals for interior decoration, representing the trait d’union within the Wall&decò lifestyle.