From embossed leathers and graphic microprints to solution-dyed acrylics, you won't want to miss these 31 recent product introductions in the fabric and wallcoverings category.
In Flavor Paper's Tit-for-Tatt, Ghislaine Viñas combines her penchant for repetition—think polka dots—with classic tattoo motifs: faces, wings, snakes. The unexpected marriage reads traditional from afar but offbeat up close.
Meanwhile, Maki Yamamoto borrowed the Japanese word for jellyfish in christening her iteration, Kurage, a panel of colorful undulating ribbons that float into soft waves, allowing light effortless passage. Specify it as a window treatment, a room divider, or simply a work of art.
And, ranging from 1/4 to 2 inches in diameter, Spatial Element’s Painted MBubbles—backed with acrylic—form panels that are sold by the square foot with no limit to length or width. Use them as partitions, wall or ceiling panels, draperies, or even backlit lighting.
All products have also been featured in Interior Design’s Spring Market Tabloid.