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WallPepper® ‘story tales’ to add value in the contemporary interiors 10.09.2019

Could we still call it wallpaper?

The know-how and professionalism by WallPepper® Group, together with the attention to the environment – meant as sustainability – the creativity, the novelty of the graphics and enthusiasm have created the WallPepper®, decorative surfaces from the infinite expressive and functional possibilities.

The WallPepper®, expression of a high-quality Made in Italy, are realized just with green materials, eco-friendly, PVC free and certified, to meet any decorative needs.

Choosing a WallPepper®, you can characterize the atmosphere of a room to make it unique and special, enhancing the personal style.

The WallPepper® are ‘divided’ in six macro thematic collection, AmbienteUp-to-DateLevanteKronosNuances and Naive, that define the mood of the different graphics.

In addition to these, there’re the limited-edition Capsule Collections, the result of exclusive collaborations with artists, photographers and creatives who interpret the walls of contemporary spaces with a new, personal and surprising “look”.

The WallPepper® are a collection of amazing images, a sequence of colours, geometries, dipositive of faraway and engaging lands that refers to nature, underwater world, the imagination one or from architecture.

The images tell the WallPepper® Group world and the emotions produced from its WallPepper®.

In addition to the narrative intention, the WallPepper® is a real support to decorative projects, contract or residential, very efficient. The quality of the materials, creativity, technologies and sustainability are mixed to create special walls in every space, both indoor & outdoor.

An additional value to the WallPepper® is also the easy set-up, thanks to an ad-hoc production technology that allows to have invisible joints just by placing one roll after another creating in this way unique images.

WallPepper®, tailored design and emotions

Could we still call it wallpaper?

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