Variety of textures: Wallcoverings by Omexco

French fashion house Maison Martin Margiela collaborated with Belgian brand Omexco to offer a line of wallcoverings. The Maison Martin Margiela wallcoverings have trompe l’oeil, reinterpreted motifs, optical illusions and a variety of textures. The collection has been built around five themes: La Paseine, a photograph of Tuscan limestone digitally printed onto mica dust; La Mosaique, an 18th century-inspired geometric marble mosaic print; Le Rideau, a trompe l’oeil of a typical Maison pattern, screen printed onto a textile wallcovering; Le Point de Croix, a classic cross-stitched bouquet of flowers, screen printed onto a non-woven wallcovering; and L’Optique, a deformed herringbone motif. The papers are made from recycled fibers and printed using solar energy.

Founded in 1976, Omexco is a Belgian producer of textile wallcoverings. The company sells around 30 collections in more than 70 countries worldwide. Its headquarters are situated in Heverlee, Belgium, with a branch office in France.

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