Wallpapers and fabric inspirations from Decorex: 17 patterns
Wallpapers and fabric inspirations | Today we bring you another interior design inspiration that you may be able to see at Decorex London this year. We want to show you some wallpaper and fabric inspirations by 17 Patterns, a London based fabric design company. See some of their products and be inspired: 17 Patterns launches its inaugural collection of superior quality wallpapers, featuring geometric, animal and natural themes. Printed in the UK, the unique and exclusive debut collection features 15 bold designs that are co-created by a selection of predominantly British artists and designers, who in turn are hand-picked by art director and designer, Nosca Inc. See also: INSPIRATIONAL INTERIOR DESIGNS BY NATE BERKUS
Artists such as Paris, Ben Allen and Christina K have been commissioned by 17 Patterns to produce designs and artworks that are then deconstructed or extended under the careful curation of Nosca Inc and a trusted team of interiors, fabric and colour experts working in collaboration with the artists.
Deriving its name from the mathematical classification of a two-dimensional repetitive pattern, first proven by Evgraf Fedorov in 1891, 17 Patterns curates, manipulates and restructures artworks in collaboration with the artists and designers into a dynamic repeat design. The original concept of the artists’ work is evolved through a variety of imaginative, unconventional techniques and creative processes. Colourways and textures are chosen under guidance of interiors specialists to ensure usability and eventual extension into companion fabrics. See also: INSPIRATIONAL INTERIOR DESIGNS BY NATE BERKUS
The avant-garde patterns fuse exquisite style and on-trend colour palettes with impeccable British quality. Showcased across contemporary non-woven and metallic mica papers, this launch collection juxtaposes digitally manipulated illustration and geometric designs with abstract watercolour paintings to deliver a sophisticated range of wallcoverings. Drawing inspiration from past and present design disciplines, the collections deliver a highly original next-generation aesthetic.