Driving up the Wall

Chic eco-friendly wallcovering


Eco-friendly wallcovering can be chic with new offerings from Goodrich Global featured at Sustainable Solutions Showcase organized by Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC). Going Green for your walls is an exciting affair with vibrant shades and delectable textures to choose from earthy grass to hemp and iridescent silks to shells. Free from VOC (volatile organic compounds), these natural selections add sparkle, shine and glamour to your favourite spaces.

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Coffered wood by Phillips Jeffries. Authentic wood veneer is given a wash of color, cut into pieces and hand laid into a square pattern that plays with the wood grain for a three-dimensional effect.

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Latitude Silk by Phillip Jeffries. The rich history of silk inspires a lustrous collection which features slubbing that celebrates the delicate craft. Fine silk is woven, over-dyed and expertly laminated over a glittering metallic ground for ease in installation.

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Saint Germain Hemp II by Phillip Jeffries. Authentic hemp is hand woven and laminated onto a colored paper backing followed by a metallic wash for a chic sparkle.

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Tess Turquoise Grass Roots by Phillip Jeffries. The humble grass in a mélange of colors woven on a selection of metallic, natural and colored backings.

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Capiz Shells by Omexco. The shells are softened, colored with water-base dyes and polished. Each is laminated on a non-woven backing before cutting into strips and finally interwoven with the banana tree bark.

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Kalibo Mindoro by Elitis. Palm fibers are organically dyed and hand washed for a finished look.

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Golden Pond Lilies by Phillip Jeffries. The paper is colored and tencil rubbed for a textured effect mimicking its namesake. The paper is then hand torn in the shape of a lily pad and brushed down onto a paper backing.

SOURCE
Goodrich Global, www.goodrichglobal.com