Wall coverings have never looked or felt so good. Materialised introduces two new wall covering collections from Momentum, beautifully designed to liven up your interior space.
July 21st, 2021
Soon to quadruple their range, Materialised offers a wide variety of wall coverings for projects of any scale. Materialised specialises in ‘whole room solutions’, with an in-house design team, endless customisation options and an inimitable history of superb customer service.
Materialised continues to impress with their ability to deliver a meticulously curated scheme spanning upholstery, drapery, top of bed, walls, acoustics and art.
The Momentum collection is as versatile as the natural textures that inspired it. From screen-printed textures and embossing to felts and textile effects; there is an aesthetic for everyone while meeting all Australian standards.
Inspired by natural textures and architectural details, the first release is a collection of commercial wall coverings from Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines, thoughtfully created to help tell your story with warm and inviting patterns that suit your unique style.
Featuring 23 exceptional designs, this collection is a bleach cleanable, Type II wall vinyl with a flammability rating of AS/NZS 3837-1998, class 2. In addition to the standards it meets, it packs a punch in terms of its environmental support with water-based inks and can contribute to LEED points.
The second release in the Momentum collection is a series of Handcrafted wallpaper. Featuring an entirely different stylistic approach, the second range showcases 29 designs, which employ metallics and impactful texture on non-woven wallpaper to give your project a modern and refined industrial edge. Handcrafted is a similarly sustainable and standard-meeting option, with a flammability rating of AS/NZS 3837-1998, product group classification class 2.
Both releases epitomise Materialised’s brand philosophy: making interesting, unique and sustainable wall coverings accessible to Australia and New Zealand-based designers. Featuring an extensive range of bold and artistic wall coverings, Materialised invites you to experience the magic of a whole room solution.
Limited edition sample pack
If you’re a designer, architect or specifier and based in Australia or New Zealand, click here for your limited edition wall covering sample pack.
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