"Fine feathers make fine birds? - And fine wallcoverings make fine walls!".
Trying out new things, exploring new avenues and helping to shape the world of tomorrow -
these are the challenges that excite our creative minds. True to the motto:
“What we do today will determine what the world of tomorrow will look like.”*
So we have asked ourselves: Given that "apparel maketh the man", how can fine wallpaper do the same for your four walls? What designs, patterns and colours should wallpaper have, and how should it feel to the touch to become a fashionist item?
Our OXFORD collection meets these requirements in a refreshingly new way, and our "wall covering" principle offers a surprising new appearance, for which we have drawn our inspiration from the "layered look" familiar from the fashion world: High-quality 130 g nonwoven is printed with highly fashionable structures from the fashion sector and laminated half-open with a thread of 100% viscose. This lends a material look and feel to our fabrics and adds at the same time the greatest possible lightness to the product. A finely balanced interplay between the upper and bottom layer, from which both sides can only benefit. SHEPHERD’S PLAID or SHEPHERD’S SQUARE features interpretations of the popular hound's-tooth pattern; CHEVRON is gentle despite its typical zigzag, while WILD LINEN delights with a two-tone linen look and CREPE with a narrow vertical rhythm. And while these wallpaper patterns will add a really well-appointed look to your walls, the BLOCKS design in your living room will be an it-piece that sets a fashionable tone and is clean-cut.
The OXFORD collection comprises a total of 41 items: 30 wallpapers were created using the new semi-open laminating technology, while 11 plain-coloured wallpapers were added to our basic range. The wide colour palette ranges from cotton white/nature, cotton white/light blue and cotton white/petrol to nature/multicoloured, black-and-white/grey, warm grey, and slushy beige to rouge/blue, putty/petrol, vanilla/cognac red and brown/rust/grey.
*Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach, 1830-1916, author