Designtex (Portland, Maine) recently introduced several new wallcoverings and textiles in lively patterns based on biophilic design principles:
"Color Bars" (pictured) was inspired by fractals and movement; the pattern plays with visual complexity through rhythm and variation in color and relationships. Color Bars is available in nine colorways and offers an alternative to PVC wallcovering.
"Paint Dot" balances the simplicity of a modern grid with a surprise that the dots varied paint swirls upon closer look. "Paint Dot" is available in four colorways, offers an alternative to PVC wallcovering and is SCS Indoor Advantage Gold certified.
"Score" is an exploration of line and scale. The textile features a composition of horizontal stripes with varied line densities segmented by the fine weight of the diagonal score lines. The implied geometry is well-suited to both small and large-scale applications and is available in seven colors.
"Symbol" features strong, graphic patterning and pops of color throughout. The pattern is structured yet lighthearted: unexpected curvatures of half circles intersect linear geometry and saturated color blocks hinting at an artful alphabet or fanciful coding. This upholstery is available in five colorways.
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