9 Textured Wallcoverings from Newmor for Autumn

Newmor Wallcovering’s design team have been busy working away in the studio and the factory has been working round the clock to launch nine new designs for autumn. 

From large-scale skeletal leaves just in time for autumn, to subtle woven textures and on-trend stone effects, there’s something here for every space.

1Leaves web

Leaves is a large scale skeleton leaf pattern in a shadowy, inky palette of nine blues, coppers, greens and neutrals.

2loom web

Loom is a contemporary grasscloth effect in 16 earthy tones inspired by the autumnal Welsh countryside surrounding Newmor’s factory.

3Plateau web

Plateau is an elegant stacked stone effect. Available in 16 lustrous shades influenced by weathered beachside surfaces.

4firefly web

This mini-geometric on Firefly catches the light, think shimmering snakeskin or iridescent fish scales. We love the intense midnight palette which is complimented by subtle neutral hues and mixed metallics.

5Harlowe web

Harlowe’s calligraphic motif is all about fluidity and movement. Styled in tone-on-tone neutrals and rich shimmering metallics.

6Hamony web

Hints of mica shine through this natural agate effect. Harmony is contemporary and on trend as well as versatile and useable.

7Malazo web

Malazo is a large-scale crosshatch design with a retro look in an understated, neutral palette.

8ridge web

Ridge is a deeply embossed shimmering beaded design. Available in rich jewel tones and velvety neutrals.

9ShojiScreen web

Shoji Screen is a minimal, calming design inspired by traditional Japanese architecture in a soft, soothing palette of warm, pale neutrals and natural tones.

Visit Newmor at the BCFA Open, Manchester (October 4-5) and Sleep Event, London (November 21-22) to get your hands on the new designs.

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