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Nashira by Omexco

by on Sep 16, 2015 in Dose of Design
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Belgium-based Omexco has released its latest wall coverings, Nashira

The lead product of this collection is a weave, made by craftsmen, of strips of coloured paperboard, strewn with leaves of the soursop tree, scattered by the wind. The printed non-woven wallcoverings are ecological, have a FSC certificate, are produced with recycled fibres, and are printed thanks to solar energy. The wallcoverings, sometimes smooth and soft, sometimes structured with sisal fibres, can be combined and matched in shades of taupe, amber, wine-red, acid green, azure blue, mother-of-pearl, hazy grey, alabaster, ivory, slate, Prussian blue and opaline green.

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