Statement pieces: Avant-Garde collection from DuPont Tedlar Wallcoverings

DuPont Tedlar Wallcovering’ has launched the Avant-Garde collection, as well as additions to the Celestial collection.

Wood, metal and stone are the essential building blocks for any architecture. The Avant-Garde collection embodies the look and feel of these materials in a cleanable wallcovering. The collection’s new alloy pattern has a varying mixture of texture that lends to a patina metal look.

Meanwhile, two additions to the Celestial collections give designers more choices for creating statement spaces. The orbital pattern paints a large scale circular progression in a playful bold pattern with vibrant colors. In contrast, northern lights pattern makes use of a muted and beautiful collision of color and movement in a mixed palette of rich hues.

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The new patterns also have GreenGuard Gold certification.

A Type II wallcovering with Type III characteristics, DuPont Tedlar Wallcoverings are easy to clean and provide stain resistance and durability. The wallcoverings are made in the US and sole-sourced through Endure Walls.

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