From weather acrylic fabrics and marble wall tiles to chenille, textured like tree bark, here are 24 recent product introductions in the fabric and wallcoverings category. Phillip Jeffries takes a, er, global outlook with Longitude, whose directional lines of paper strands—each about a pen nib’s width—are glued onto a nonwoven backing. Thicker and tougher than a type II wall covering, Rampart vinyl could be just the thing where scratches, dents, and scrapes are a concern for Wolf-Gordon. Meanwhile, the design of Omni brings to mind the twists and turns of Celtic knots, with supple geometries on a linen-look background for Versa Wallcovering. All products have also been featured in Interior Design's recent Spring Market Tabloid.
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