The Edris House by E Stewart Williams is one of the best examples of desert mid-century living. Using steel columns, the architect supported the entire roof system separately from the walls in order to seamlessly slide the frameless windows into the ceiling. It’s a very dramatic effect making the house feel larger than it is... MORE PICTURES
Coco Shells coverings are made of 100% coconut on polyester mesh backing
We’ve already shared some amazing ideas for wall coverings, you can find anything from natural wood to eye-catchy printed wallpaper. Today we are sharing a collection of super unusual wall coverings by Elitis.
Elitis collaborated with a collective of artists in house who bring their own sensibility and their personal stories. Their imagination was nourished by fashion, as well as photography or illustration. Each design is really unique and amazing, made of different materials and to fit every modern space. You can find amazing wallpaper, coconut, weaving, metal and other materials, even in one design, most of these covering are either fire resistant or have acoustic properties, especially 3D ones, which makes them not only very bold but also very useful for modern homes. Let’s take a look at some of the coolest designs!
Washi is made of crushed and devoré paper on metallic ground, fire resistant
Peace Wood has a sanded wood effect and also acoustic properties
Oceania is assembled of paper and Abaca weave, 100% natural material
Controvento Positano has a raffia aspect weave and unique colors
Manzamillo Equateur is digital printing on a paper and foil weave, on non woven backing, permanent fire resistance, easy and rapid hanging
Raban Nairobi has raffia aspect weave, pasted on non woven backing, it's permanent fire resistant, handcrafted product