by Margie Schuler
On a recent Fall evening, Semmes & Co Builders, Inc. hosted local interior designers to view wallcoverings by Koroseal, including the Arte and Reid Witlin LTD lines. Now, I used to immediately associate “wallcoverings” with period décor of the 1980’s, but not anymore!
Today’s wallcoverings may include corrugated metal, wood veneer (that can even bend and make a 90-degree corner), glass beading, leather looks (that don’t resemble pleather), acoustical treatments, dimensional, dry erase or projection surfaces. This is in addition to the more traditional fabrics, textiles, and grass cloths. With these options available, you can select a designer name wallcovering instead of an art-piece for a focal wall.
Or design your own with by utilizing custom digital printing. The possibilities are vast and I predict more types of wallcoverings to be specked in the future. With looks like these, why not?