Their finely crafted wallcoverings are making vertical impact in the room.
June 10th, 2011
Wallcoverings have gone well beyond one-dimensional patterns and colours. And in the category of uniquely crafted designs, the latest Artisan Guild collection from Goodrich is leading the way.
Raw nature meets high technology in Geology. No faux versions here. Instead, a patented precision process is used to produce a micro thin ’veneer’ of authentic honed slate, reinforced by a flexible fibreglass resin backing.
Artisanal techniques go into the creation of this strong, bold collection. The raised relief pattern is made with pearlised inks, hand applied to natural manila hemp, glazed abaca, linen and jute wallcoverings to create the realistic appearance and feel of nail heads.
A classic pattern is paired with today’s design palette. As its name suggests, the design features a continuous pattern of 8.7-inch diamonds embroidered atop ivory and grey manila hemp wallcoverings – the result of which is a fine juxtaposition of texture and shine. The long-lasting wallcoverings have a stain repellent finish and are easy to install.
Handcrafted by artisans, each 13.5-inch square is hand cut and laminated onto a non-woven backing for a parchment effect. Four layers of coloured and metallic inks are also hand applied for drama and depth.
Available at Goodrich Gallery
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