Art Deco inspiration: Onyx Skyline wallpaper by Daniel Heath

Each roll of wallpaper is made using screen printing in gold and metallic layers that evoke geometric patterns, signature of Art Deco design.

The Onyx Skyline is the latest collection of wallpapers from Daniel Heath, who drew inspiration from Art Deco architecture in his home base of London, including the Hoover Building in Perivale designed by Wallis, Gilbert and Partners.

Each roll of wallpaper is made using screen printing in gold and metallic layers that evoke the geometric patterns that have become the signature of Art Deco design. Due to its geometric structure, the design can be installed as a half-drop or a block repeat.

Available colors include green and gold, ebony black and gold, ebony black and putty, and teal and bronze.

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