Karat achieves the rich look of leafing by laminating metal foil to vinyl in a pattern that accurately depicts the subtle variations found in a hand-applied leaf. Not only is Karat the most realistic facsimile of hand applied leaf it achieves a Type II rating allowing it to be used in high traffic locations.
Jakarta has the look and texture of a hand-woven grasscloth with all of the subtle striations and irregularities you’d expect of natural fibers. However don’t judge this book by its cover. Jakarta is a Type II vinyl whose exotic beauty holds up even under challenging circumstances. This perennial hit in Innovations Type II/ Performance Wallcovering collection has been updated with a brand new color story that ranges from timeless neutrals to rich, deep colors that rewrite the narrative of this classic wallcovering.
Evoking the gentle waves of the Mediterranean Sea, Nice employs sheer fabrics that are hand-gathered into undulating, vertical pleats and applied over a metallic substrate. A subtle glow from Nice evokes the light and color of the sun setting over the French Riviera. Recently updated with new colors conjured from the French seaside, Nice is a timeless favorite.
With a rich Belgian linen base that has been overlaid with metal foil, Aurora suggests the opulence of medieval tapestries that were once created with precious metal wrapped silk fibers. However this modern day combination of natural fiber and metallic luster is not stuck in the past, Aurora brings its timeless glamour into the present with effortless chic.
Named after the French word for tree bark, Ecorce calls to mind the morning light reflected in the dew that collects on moss, deep in the woods. Exemplary of Innovations’ approach to pushing design boundaries, the seemingly random pattern uses a unique manufacturing process of applying a metallic deboss to a linen textile ground. The color palette is cued to the Mediterranean lands, but also includes a bold reference to the French Riviera.
Using the name for China that Marco Polo popularized in the 13th century, Cathay is a modern day grasscloth that reinterprets age-old craft for contemporary interiors. Cathay is made from the fibers of arrowroot, a starch which has fed civilizations for thousands of years. Embracing its natural qualities, Cathay’s construction emphasizes the appeal of organic beauty by celebrating yarn irregularities, fiber knots and the art of the weaving hand.
Gansevoort is a tailored fabric wallcovering that expresses a deep appreciation for exquisite simplicity. The subtle gradation of color is created by sewing this rep weave tightly so that no weft yarns show. This leaves a ribbed texture that allows the purity of material and construction to come to the fore. Gansevoort tells a story of classic minimalism with a restrained color palette that has timeless appeal.
Scandium, an exciting new addition to the Innovations product family, addresses the need for woven wallcoverings with the durability of a Type II vinyl in high-traffic applications such as corridors. Interpreting the craftsmanship of simple plain weaves in high-performance polyethylene yarns, Scandium conveys a sense of depth and richness when viewed from up-close. Viewed from afar, the patterns form the perfect backdrop for any type of interior. Nine colors focus on classic neutrals, with some including black contrasts.