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Moroccan inspired looks from York Wallcoverings

by Sophie Cullen on Jun 26, 2015 in Interiors
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York Wallcoverings embraces the colours and spirit of Morocco in their latest collection

There is no denying that bold prints are the look du-jour when it comes to wallcoverings at the moment. American company York Wallcoverings have seized this opportunity to release a selection of designs that harness the unique flavour of Morocco.

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The range includes mosaic-inspired patterning, intricate ogee details and textural looks which work together to create a rich tapestry of interest. The colour palette offers both bold and subtle hues with key highlights of teal, gold and aqua. These stunning designs create highly effective backdrops for any interior, ensuring a unique and elegant-looking space.

 

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Gina Shaw, VP of York Wallcoverings notes, "Our new Global Chic wallpapers are on trend with both apparel and home fashions.  We often find inspiration on fashion runways and from all corners of the interior design world. This BoHo style has been inspired from several global countries for product influences including Moroccan and Persian cultures."

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