Ethno and Folklore
Cultural mix - Ethno and folklore are very trendy
Inspirations from distant countries, the attraction of the exotic - ethno and folklore topics not only bring the wide world into your own four walls. With their original charm, they also ensure aesthetics and comfort. Authentic, handmade and traditional is very popular in a fast-paced world - whether colorful ceramics from Spain, geometric kilim pillows from the Maghreb or colorful throws from India.
How nice when you also have the ethnic wallpaper that perfectly complements the cultural mix. Folkloristic motifs prove to be amazingly adaptable. Boho, vintage and classy hipster apartments are the preferred playground for Navajo patterns, tribals or symbols of nature. But even puristic furnishings receive an individual touch and a little bit more warmth through ethnic wallpapers.
Warm earth tones meet bright red
Brown, beige and a tinted gray are the ground-based basic tones of the ethno style. They give rooms a calm color and go well with the accessories made of dark wood and wicker. Strong shades of red and orange really shine in front of this background. But clear shades of blue such as the Dutch faience or Norwegian knitting patterns also integrate well into this color range. As brilliant highlights, they set bright accents and harmonize wonderfully with the underlying earth and mud tones.
Geometric kilim patterns or folkloric rose designs
Because of their pure basic shape and simple reproducibility, geometric patterns have always been particularly popular in folk art. Diamonds, diagonals, herringbone patterns - these shapes can be found on ceramics as well as in carpet weaving or in jacquard knitting patterns. Wallpapers in tweed look provide a rustic touch and artisan charm, which gives rooms a calm elegance.
Ikat or Chiné motifs result from a Malay weaving technique in which the warp threads are colored. The characteristic, blurred outlines come about through slight shifts in the manufacture of the fabric. As a wallpaper pattern, the ikat motif spreads a touch of the exotic.
Medallions, paisleys or classic carpet patterns - due to their slightly irregular color application, wallpapers with traditional oriental motifs look like hand-printed. In their design language, they are reminiscent of silk saris, woolen cashmere towels or generous bedspreads made of calico
Fairy tales from a thousand and one nights.
Folkloric designs with rose bouquets on a bright red background conjure up the colorful world of the Balkans and are reminiscent of traditional headscarf motifs. Their expressive color demands strong opponents - for example furniture, pillows and blankets in strong pink or other shades of red. These wallpapers bring a strong folkloristic element into modern furnishing styles. As a lively mix of patterns, they set current living trends.
Scandinavian comfort or Dutch flair
If you prefer a cozy Nordic ambience, you would be well advised to use wallpaper from a Swedish fisherman's house. Whether lovingly patched fabric designs, wall dresses made of colorful borders or striped wallpaper with graceful scatter flowers - this is where the joy of life in midsummer is at home. The cheerful folkloric motifs go perfectly with a Scandinavian style somewhere between Carl Larsson's interiors and the children from Bullerbü.
A whole wallpaper full of Delft plates - which ceramic collector wouldn't dream of it? With its fresh charm, this wallpaper fits just as well in the kitchen, where it replaces the plate board, as in fun-loving living and dining rooms. The world-famous earthenware Delft Blue has been manufactured in the city of Delft since the 17th century and has since fueled the passion for ceramics of many ceramic fans. Now there is also a matching wallpaper.
Scandinavia, Africa or the Orient - wherever your favorite ethnic style is located: we ensure a stylish wall dress.