Pure nature, metal-chic or vintage style are the themes that characterise the latest collections.
Direct from the Heimtextil trend report, Seneca brings you the latest trends in wallcovering creativity from our fabulous design houses. And we have all walls covered.
Antelope skin and ostrich feathers, crocodile leather and snakeskin, wood grain and marble are imitated with deceptive realism and lend walls a unique character and polyglot flair. Gladly in light shades like sand, grey, beige and greige.
A particular highlight are feather patterns that have been borrowed from the world of fashion. They decorate not only T-shirts and cushions, but now also wallpapers.
Floral patterns are frequently minimalist and abstracted in two tones. A cool counterpoint to this is a refined metallic sheen. Platinum, silver, gold, bronze and copper bring a touch of glamour to walls.
Vintage style maintains its en vogue status. This can go in the direction of industrial design, with raw stone walls, flaking plaster, concrete and rusty looks. Then again, it may display laid-back Boho charm or lead us into the faded glory of historical palazzi.
3D textures and boundless creative variety – technology rules this domain. Modern machines enable the creation of finest filigree reliefs with a three-dimensional effect. The flexibility and almost infinite creative opportunities offered by digital printing make it an interesting segment with growth rates in double figures.