The latest collections from Goodrich Global are dressing up vertical spaces in a diverse range of colours, textures and prints.
30 November, 2011
Harmony is an innovative collection of wallcoverings that combines striking design motifs and unique textures with an easy installation process. Every element of this collection, from inks to substrates to the application method, is environmentally friendly.
On the Rocks
This collection of printed non-woven wallcoverings centres around the theme of stones and wood effects/textures, but the wide range of lively and natural colours are also meant to put you in just the right mood to relax and savour your favourite drink ’on the rocks’!
The wallcoverings are made with recycled fibres and printed using solar energy. Colours are designed to take you from the forests to the mountains – with subtle shades inspired by natural rock, stone and marble.
Add in a few flashy but compatible colours such as mustard, mauve, raspberry and rust – and for some, an enhancement with the metallic lustre of silver, copper, bronze and gold – and the range is complete.
The name of this collection is derived from the famous river that flows through St Petersburg.
Classic designs (damasks, stripes, arabesques) are delicately printed on silky rayon yarns, and combined with an elegant and timeless simili-plain.
The palette is inspired by the Neva river at different times of the season: blue-grey, green, red, frost white, purple and violet tones, as well as bronze and caramel shades can all be found.
Some designs are also enhanced by the metallic shimmer of yellow or white gold foil, platina or bronze – applied on the printed yarns by embossing.
The internet never sleeps! Here's the stuff you might have missed
Achieve unlimited design outcomes with NaughtOne – whose new look speaks to simplicity and versatility
High tech lighting can completely change the way that you experience your bathroom. Here are some of the best ideas in modern lighting design.
An abundance of up-and-coming architectural talent resides in the Indo-Pacific region, and this year, two winners have been recognised in the very special The Graduate category.