Posts Tagged: wallcoverings

Regulations: Wallcoverings

In the first of our series looking at the regulations and requirements across each discipline, we look at what a designer needs to know when specifying wallcoverings, with the assistance of Tektura.FIRE Class 0 and 1 to BS476 / Euroclass B or C  to EN 13501-1 This is a mandatory requirement for corridors, stairwells, dining… Read More >

22 February 2018

Tektura’s NEW designs for January 2018

From bold geometric patterns inspired by brutalist architecture and sharp edges in fashion to surreal dreamscapes inspired by organic shapes and natural forms… Tektura are pulling out all the stops this year with a launch of 12 new designs taking inspiration from the spikiest of edges to the most delicate sunset. We take a look… Read More >

26 January 2018

Designer’s Muse: Junea by Peter Roth, Burgess

For this months short film we visited Burgess Furniture to find out more about their latest product release which breaks the mould from their previous product offering, moving from their classic selection of stack-able chairs to a stylish rocking chair, that still uses the same metal bending techniques that is used in their full collection…. Read More >

7 December 2017

Eternity: The latest wallcovering collection by Muraspec

UK manufacturer Muraspec, prides itself on its British heritage with over 135 years of experience manufacturing state-of-the-art wallcoverings and panels. They have announced a new collection: The Eternity range. Inspired by different elements of nature, Muraspec’s Eternity range emulates a range of different textures. The designs imitate the look of marble and stone, and a mix of soft… Read More >

28 November 2017

1920s inspired ‘Fanfare’ by Lincrusta

In celebration of their 140 year anniversary, Lincrusta have launched a new design inspired by their historic archives.  You can expect to see quite a few exciting new designs from Lincrusta this year. The designs will focus on some of today’s contemporary trends such as geometric patterns and organics, which is very different to anything… Read More >

26 October 2017

Designer Q&A: Stephen Walter

On June 9th, the day that the General Election 2017 results were announced, Design Insider met with artist Stephen Walter at his London studio and, in between a few political deviations, we discussed his artwork, current exhibition at the James Freeman Gallery and his work with Newmor Wallcoverings. Can you begin by telling us a… Read More >

19 June 2017

Forget the rain with Muraspec’s new summer designs

Muraspec announces the elegant yet contemporary new Karakash, Lava, Orissa and Vienne wallcoverings.Named after the Karakash River passing east of Khotan, along the Silk Road Trail, the Karakash design reflects the beautifully luxurious essence of natural silks. A serene palette of classic satin hues together with a refined horizontal ‘fine silk’ texture brings style, shine and a unique flair to any space. This perfectly pearlescent wallcovering is versatile enough for… Read More >

13 June 2017