Arte Monsoon Wallpapers delve into Tropical rainforests and incredible biodiversity in the forests as well as by the overwhelming plant growth for their source of inspiration for these artistic wallcoveirngs.
Their Musa wallpaper
, designed in mind of the large leaves of the banana tree, is an overwhelming pattern, which exudes a force. This wallcovering will definitely add some character to your interior. There are two matte options, the other wallcoverings have an opulent metallic sheen. The Sabal wallpaper
refers to the graceful leaves of the eponymous palm tree. Just look at these large, waving palm tree leaves and you will experience a sense of tranquillity. They overlap, like in nature. Another pattern in this collection is also a plant print, featuring the elegant foliage of the Itaya. The ribs are much more delicate but just as stunning. Besides all the large leafy patterns the collection also has a surprisingly delicate pattern called Mosaic. A small, peaceful pattern made of soft squares. Without sharp edges or corners. Instead they are rounded off and loosely-drawn. As if they were manually stamped on the paper. Finally, there is Facet. You can really use this lovely pattern in any interior, which is why it is perfectly suited to this collection. Think of it as a design, but also as an assemblage of lines. By combining these line combinations at different angles you obtain a fascinating spectacle and an interesting relief. Moreover, the lustrous finish challenges the light, absorbing or reflecting it. The colours in this collection are bold, albeit also quite “naturalinches. They come in various gradations. White, grey, gold and green, red and dark grey and even orange and purple. Arte has added an extra surprise to this collection. Their Tropic Wallcovering
comes in extra large dimension for an even bolder panoramic effect. Available in silver and gold.
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