Innovative offerings: Summer collection from Innovations in Wallcoverings

The selection includes the new printed cork Chimera, said to be inspired by underground cities like Cappadocia.

Innovations in Wallcoverings has launched a new selection of Type II vinyl, cork and textile wallcoverings, including the new printed cork Chimera, which was inspired by underground cities like Cappadocia.

The summer collection explores architecture and how Innovations fits into the larger architectural project. The collection goes beyond the wall, expanding Innovations’ line of draperies and sheers, and revisits the classic grasscloth construction.

Innovations in Wallcoverings was established in 1975. Its design studio, based in New York City, works with artisans around the world to develop solutions for the vertical surface, including wallcoverings, textiles and faux leathers.


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