5. Lunada Bay Tile has launched Origami
Field, a collection of glass field tiles that
reflects the iconic Japanese art of geometric
paper folding. Featuring opalescent coloring
and three-dimensional shapes, the glass tile
designs play with light and shadow. The line
comes in six shapes, all with a pattern that
emerges both visually and dimensionally.
Each of the tiles is available in nine colors
in a pearl finish.
6. Like mixing hard and soft surfaces,
Paint Dot by Designtex balances the
simplicity of a modern grid with a surprise:
the dots are actually varied paint swirls.
Tapping into the color spectrum, Paint
Dot is available in four colorways. This
alternative to PVC wallcovering is SCS
Indoor Advantage Gold certified.
7. Driven by technology and design,
Concertex introduces a series of quilted
faux leathers: Divergent, Wavelength, and
Quadrant. The collection delivers dimensional
styling with 100-percent polyurethane on the
face layered over a polyester foam backing.
The final product is then ultrasonically
embossed to create a quilted coated fabric
that exceeds 100,000 double rubs and is
8. Inspired by the desire to reimagine rarified
and beloved materials, Maya Romanoff’s
Modern Silk Type II Vinyl combines the
luxurious look of dupioni with the impeccable
durability of a Type II Vinyl. This collection is
suitable for any space and is available in
12 colorways. Made with approximately
50-percent recycled content, Modern Silk
Type II is environmentally conscious and
manufactured in the USA.