Fantastic new designs by Calico wallpapers

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Handmade marble look-a-like wall panels and elegant woven ombre. They all look so amazing. It’s the color, the texture and the unique designs! Last time we introduced their first three collections: Calico, Willow and Aurora Collections. Time for an update.

New Collections

We love Calico’s bespoke wallpapers and luckily they already produced two more collections, yes! Can’t wait to show you and again we’re impressed. Get inspired by the following collections: ‘Brass Cloth’ Collection and ‘Inverted Spaces’.

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Brass Cloth

Brass Cloth is a woven textured wallpaper of grass-cloth with an ombre design. These wall-coverings combine a natural fibrous feel with a sleek finish. Grass-cloth with rich accents of metallics. The strength and sheen of metal intermingles with the suppleness of woven texture.

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Inverted Spaces

A collaboration with Amsterdam’s BCXSY concept design studio, Inverted Spaces transforms NASA satellite imagery into a series of constellational portraits. A celebration of the infinite space that has surrounded us since the dawn of time.

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Fragments

This design is specially made for the Design Miami/ fair. Founder Nick cope said: “We’ve always been interested in creating something utterly handmade. We decided that if we could pulverize the stones from Lex’s pieces, we could create an environment where the pieces could seem like they came from pre-history or from this primordial ooze of pre-time and space. We started creating these very dynamic and textural horizons from mineral pigment.” After many rounds of testing and trials the final design was painted in situ by Calico’s co-founder Rachel Cope during the duration of the fair. “We’ve created an entirely new product (in the process). We’ve sourced linen of the highest quality from Belgium and found a way to back it with a non-woven backing. The product is completely by us using the best materials.”

An amazing brand, hand-crafted wallpapers and very innovative! Will keep you updated when we have more news about Calico ;).

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Credits: Photography by Lauren Coleman and Ed Reeve.
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