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Video: Gold Wall Coverings. Wallpaper With Gold
Wall coverings in gold go well with Scandinavian-style furniture as well as modern classics. The golden color variations refer to contemporary design developments and the rediscovered enthusiasm for non-ferrous metals.
Avalon's floral motifs faithfully reproduce their models in homely colors. Just like the gold-colored leaves of the banana tree as a striking background for Scandinavian clear furniture.
All wallpapers in the Avalon collection are hot stamped. 200 to 220 degrees Celsius prevail in the so-called gelation channel, in which the colors are heated. The fine structures are then worked in with a water-cooled steel roller. No other printing process enables such precise lines and patterns to be reproduced. Wallpaper made in this way is also extremely robust.
Platinum is one of the most valuable precious metals in the world. The wallpaper collection of the same name ensures that it not only highlights high-quality jewels, but also its own ambience. The finely created polka dot structure of the platinum wallpaper in the hot stamping process looks like a tribute to the art nouveau artist Gustav Klimt. As a shimmering golden allover, the wallpaper stages modern living pictures.
The Bombay collection refers to the history of design: color variations in copper, gold and brass refer to contemporary design developments and the rediscovered enthusiasm for non-ferrous metals. Block stripes in contrasting colors or in tone-on-tone colors emphasize the vertical and are reminiscent of the tent rooms of classicism. Realistic natural motifs - macaws in front of imposing jungle plants, a barren desert landscape or a colorful peacock - enable lively solitary walls and form striking contrasts in the context of reduced interiors. The combination of metal colors and bamboo print provides a luxurious touch even in a modernist interior, thus citing the aesthetics of the 1970s.
The delicate ornament from Catania is created with water-based colors and underlined by finely dosed gloss pigments on a matt background. An almost transparent damask motif overlays it.