The tiles can be applied to indoor and outdoor surfaces and aim to bring a silky and tactile feel underfoot.
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German brand Wallpaper from the 70s has released a series of wallpaper designs with authentic 1970s-era patterns made with modern materials.
The series includes a minimalist geometric herringbone pattern, a bold graphic hexagonal design and a range of colourful floral patterns.
It has a solid wood frame available in maple, walnut or oak, and the chair's seat and backrest can be finished in a selection of fabric or leather upholstery.
Made from hand-cut crystal glass, the lamps are portable and water-resistant, making them suitable for outdoor settings and bathrooms.
Italian tile brand Ceramiche Keope has expanded its Elements Lux tile collection to include two new colours of marble-like veining.
The Calacatta Verde design features varying weights of green veins, while Calacatta Statuarietto is characterised by fine veining in light grey and gold hues.
The tapestries are made from wool and silk fibres that were handwoven by Himalayan craftspeople using the Tibetan Knot technique.
The collection is designed to complement any living space and is available in six colours, including peach, rope, stone, teal, terracotta and vandyke.
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