Do not just say wallcoverings to Glamora's range. Since 2010, the brand has been producing designs that make it seem like you are in a dream world. Meanwhile, the number of collections has grown significantly, and the end is nowhere near. Today, we tell you specifically about the latest additions to their Creative Collection and the Madama Butterfly Collection.
Modern yet sophisticated, it seems to come naturally to the makers of these wallcoverings, so to speak. According to them, wallpapers and the like should manage to trigger a certain emotion and contribute to an environment in which you enjoy spending your time. Although their brand identity is consistent across the board, the collections display a pleasing variety that can appeal to everyone. The recognisable style proves a clearly delineated vision, and in this case, it is one that revolves around art, nature, and compelling motifs. Whatever your preferences in style and décor, chances are you will find more than one design in this wide range that you would like to take home. Not only private projects but also commercial spaces make eager use of their creations, ranging from shops to hospitality venues. By being both functional and decorative, the designers ensure significant added value that determines the mood of the room.
The Madama Butterfly Collection is all about the theme of discovery. Japanese culture and its reflections in Europe are the basis here. East and West meet in a framework of harmonious geometry and with the geisha, or Madama Butterfly, as the pivotal figure. The tones are soft and the rhythm precise. Elements like reeds and leaves hint at the influence of nature, while a muted colour palette avoids the patterns becoming too busy. Each design is three metres high, but they differ in width. This provides professionals with decorative flexibility. Yet for us, the collection's conceptual identity remains its main asset. After all, with an original approach like this, here you are looking at wallcoverings that really contribute to the architecture and are not just an additional finishing touch. As an autonomous part of interior design, the designs prove their worth in today's interior design sector.
The tones are soft and the rhythm precise.
In addition to the experimental themed collections, the brand counts an ongoing permanent offer that gets new additions every year. Creative Collection Chapter VIII is therefore a name that speaks for itself. Each chapter possesses a perspective that is just slightly different from before, so each addition introduces something fresh. Of course, a recurring style can be detected, and more specifically a kind of lingering vibrancy that is incorporated into each design. Interestingly, this most recent chapter features both abstract shapes and very illustration-focused options. Unchanging, however, is the fact that the wallcovering in question is always the ideal complement to the existing décor, confirming once and for all the importance of filling your walls properly.
At Glamora, you will be inundated with multiple styles and shapes. Whether you are particularly fond of their specific themed designs or lean more towards the ongoing collection, you are bound to come across the right option for your own interior in this range. We are already curious to see which direction they will explore next time.
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