Koroseal’s diverse wallcovering collection has been elevated to new heights with the latest introduction of six new designs, including the look of weathered stone, grasscloth, trompe l’oeil effects, and large-scale geometrics. These sophisticated patterns were created through the combination of our talented in-house design team and our new, state-of-the-art rotogravure printers. Available in soothing and playful color palettes, these new designs are sure to make a statement in any commercial interior.
Surface-scape your vision and create beautiful interior spaces with the new wallcovering introduction from Koroseal!
The new Milo pattern gives a nod to the sophisticated geometry of mid-century architecture. Milo's angular structure is the perfect blend of minimalist aesthetic, with the use of geometric forms, asymmetric compositions, and clean lines, combined with a fresh palette of color options.
This biophilic design, Arlo, is inspired by time-honored weaving techniques made from hand-woven strands of natural fibers such as seagrass, hemp, cotton, and paper, creating exquisite works of art. Arlo recalls the artisan's hand-crafted movement of the past with a modern interpretation of color and design.
Paradox takes an art deco inspired design in a creative new direction. The printing technique of this playful geometric gives it a casual, relaxed aesthetic reminiscent of hand applied block printing. The modern fusion of Paradox provides endless design possibilities.
Inspired by the intersection of architecture and engineering, Tessere’s unique design adds structure and stability to the indoor environment. The fine line work accompanied by the shading and use of shadows in the Tessere design gives it a dynamic 3D quality.
Jensen draws inspiration from natural stone textures and organic colors that anchor the landscape of our world. Performing as a calming ground in the modern interiors of today’s busy world, Jensen’s natural aesthetic creates a relaxing atmosphere, promoting the health and well-being of all inhabitants.
Tattersall Plaid, like the name’s Scottish origin, takes inspiration from a blanket. It adds warmth and linear form to the walls it enhances. The color line is enriched with the natural shades of the most luxurious yarns and threads from a refined suit. The range of color and contrast are influenced by the memories of a favorite seasonal tour from coast to coast.
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Pattern #: LUZ1-11
Pattern Name: Luzon
Designer: Patty Madden
Pattern Style: Geometric