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January: Recent Project Round Up

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January: Recent Project Round Up

    Introducing a Natural Serenity into this Kansas City Kitchen with our 'TERRAINS' Pattern In this Kansas City residence designed by Kristen Ridler Design, our TERRAINS | COAL wallcovering seamlessly merges with the kitchen’s modern aesthetic. The pattern's fluidity complements dark charcoal concrete countertops and walnut cutting board accents, crafted by Gill Patrick Woodworks, in a home built by Madi Mali Homes. This space, captured beautifully by photographer Nate Sheets, exemplifies how design can enhance everyday living spaces with subtle, organic elegance.   EXPLORE TERRAINS | COAL →     Transforming Tech Hallways in Frisco, TX with our REEF Wallcovering In the corridors of this...

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Year in Review: Highlights from 2023

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Year in Review: Highlights from 2023

  "Ascend'" (Pictured above) is a 2023 HD Award Finalist, HiP Finalist, MetropolisLikes Winner, and Best of NeoCon Silver Award Winner.   Year in Review: Highlights from 2023 As 2023 draws to a close, we reflect on a year where our shared passion for design brought to life a series of inspiring spaces and creative endeavors. During this time your support has been instrumental in every project, new release and collaboration we completed. Join us as we revisit these highlights and set the stage for an exciting 2024!     MAGAZINE FEATURE: Custom 'TERRAINS' Colorway for 1870's Brooklyn Brownstone Our...

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Introducing 'Pathways': Navigating the Fluid Terrain of Choice and Design

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Introducing 'Pathways': Navigating the Fluid Terrain of Choice and Design

    Our existence is a flowing river, each decision creating currents that steer us toward diverse landscapes and varied destinies. Just as a stream meanders through bends and under bridges, ultimately joining larger bodies of water, so too do our choices influence the course of our lives, leading us into new terrains and circumstances. This powerful connection between choice and flow serves as the driving force behind my latest collection, “Pathways”. It's a vivid series of murals that encapsulate the mazes, flows and crossroads punctuating our individual journeys.       Created through a fusion of hand-drawn sketches and...

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Lineage and Lines: How Family Ties Shape Jill Malek's Practice

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Lineage and Lines: How Family Ties Shape Jill Malek's Practice

    Our designs, imbued with nature’s rhythms and fluidity, seek to tell a story. It's a tale that delves beyond the aesthetics of wallcoverings into a legacy shaped by caregivers, therapists and artists. While many might see just patterns and colors, those familiar with our narrative recognize care, wellness and heritage. To explore this connection and lineage further, we embarked on an enlightening exchange with three of Jill’s family members: a psychotherapist, a wellness consultant and a corporate art buyer, unveiling the parallels between their fields and Jill’s practice and philosophy.     Jill's designs subtly echo an undertone...

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Designing for Healthy Living: In Conversation with Dayhouse Studio and Omni Self-care on Biophilic and Human-Centered Design

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Designing for Healthy Living: In Conversation with Dayhouse Studio and Omni Self-care on Biophilic and Human-Centered Design

    Imagine dwelling in a space that seamlessly blends captivating aesthetics with natural elements, all the while enhancing your well-being. Welcome to the world of Biophillic Design.   In an era where our environments have come to play an even greater role in personal wellness, Biophilic Design emerges as an intriguing new frontier. A cursory Google search defines it as “a concept used within the building industry to increase occupant connectivity to the natural environment through the use of direct nature, indirect nature, and space and place conditions,” and it can be interpreted in various ways.     Inspired...

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