The Patternistas X Newmor

Newmor Wallcoverings have introduces another designer collaboration with the vivid design duo The Patternistas, husband and wife, Chris & Suzanne Carpenter. 

thumbnail_suzanne_chris_patternistas_profile2sq (800x800)This inspiring and dynamic team really know how to wow with their colour combinations and eye-popping patterned designs. Taking inspiration from natural forms, the five-piece collection with Newmor is a graphic exploration of nature that really stimulates the senses.


Theres no suprise this one was inspired by walking through secret gardens, exploring stunning woodland and strolling through tropical greenhouses. Available in 5 colourways that are both refreshing and relaxing. Secret - Orange web


Can you imagine looking at a fern through a kaleidoscope? Well you don’t need to now! This design is a pattern with mirror symmetry available in 15 different colourways with the option to conbine 2 complimentary colourways to incorporate a pattern break.

Diamonds - Dado Pink web


Think 1930’s air travel graphics inspired by a Croatian sea bird. You can find this design in 5 natural colourways. Tern - Mist web


Cacti are everywhere and a hand-drawn sketch combining inky black line work with strong background colours highlights this on-going trend beautifully. 5 colour options available will take you straight to the desert for the ultimate interior statement.Banshee - Green web


A design that takes inspiration from folk art depicting stylised fronds and flowers. Weekend - Grey web

All the designs can be recoloured, re-scaled and printed onto any of Newmors wallcoverings, including textures, metalics and window films.

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