Sydney-based graphic design company bleux spice up everyday spaces with their dynamic range of designs.
June 29th, 2010
From a light-filled studio in Surry Hills, the bleux team work with designers to incorporate bold and dynamic graphics designs into unique interiors.
bleux’s latest collection is stylish and understated, having been inspired by textures and patterns found in fashion, such as tartan and houndstooth.
Each of the designs are available as wallpaper, film for glass, safety film, resin, glass, dibond and fabric, making them ideal for a range of spaces.
They are multi-purpose, whether it be creating a discreet semi-transparent office-space, providing a dramatic statement upon entering a home, or unassumingly breaking up monotonous colour in bathroom or kitchen areas.
bleux director, Skye Molyneux explains that initially clients aren’t aware of the extent of the possibilities her designs provide.
“Often clients will come to us for wallpaper in a reception then realise that we can continue the design/colours through to printed frosted film for privacy screening in the work areas, or on powerblades and through to resin for the kitchen splash back.”
bleux treats each project as a collaboration as they work with specifiers to achieve exactly the right scale, colour and best use of the design on the material required.
“It’s great watching our range evolve out of the collaborations we have with other designers. We love the spirit of giving whether it be advice, samples or, most importantly, our time. We’ve come a long way…”
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