Unique aesthetics: Mock Rock and Tit-for-Tatt by Flavor Paper

Flavor Paper collaborated with interior designer Ghislaine Viñas to create two new wallcoverings: Mock Rock and Tit-for-Tatt. This is the first product collaboration with Viñas.

Inspired by a natural rock fireplace at Viñas’ home, Mock Rock has organic stone outlines sketched in a unique juxtaposition for a Flintstone feel. Available in four colors, including graphic Opal, subtle Dolomite, mossy Epidote and royal Sodalite, Mock Rock translates texture into a flat surface, which makes it cartoony and whimsical.

Meanwhile, Tit-for-Tatt has a maximalist aesthetic, combining polka dots with tattoo art for a marriage of patterns that look traditional from afar, but lively up close. Tit-for-Tatt comes in Canary, Dove, Emerald and Mars.

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Flavor Paper, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, designs and manufactures wallcoverings using water-based or eco-solvent inks on paper. 

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