Good as Gold: Gold Moiré From Carapace by Arte

 

(c) 2011 Arte for Koroseal

The Moiré in Deep Gold (64044), part of the Carapace collection by Arte for Korseal, draws inspiration from the skins, patterns and colors of nature.

By combining a wood-grain pattern with the metallic sheen of gold, the designers create a surreal, out-of-this world feeling for a distinctive and memorable addition to a space. The iridescent surface shifts slightly depending on the viewer’s angle, resulting in a living wall that changes with every look.

The wall covering is made of acetate Lurex fabric on breathable, environmentally friendly, non-woven paper. It is $450 per lineal yard at a width of 52.75”.  Other available colors include Platinum (64040), Copper (64041), Oxide Gold (64042) and Steel (64043).

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