Erica Tanov’s Jacobson pattern, part of clé’s Artist Cement collection, is made of handmade encaustic cement tiles and reflects personal visual inspirations from vintage textiles to the abstraction of nature.
From Grow House Grow’s Sister Cities collection, Chicago : Mexico City mixes design similarities between two neighboring places by marrying the linear, Midwestern Prairie School style with geometric Aztec pattern work.
Evoking a finely stitched pattern, Pure Impulse for Koroseal is a vertical ombré striped vinyl wallcovering that is available in 10 colorways ranging from neutral hues to bold accents.
MDC has added six styles to its Handcrafted collection, including Wayfair, featuring vertical stripes topped with horizontal detail for a classic yet modern look. All products are available in custom colors.
The Laser Cut collection from Móz Designs uses a reflective natural metal or a bold colorful pattern to create a divider between spaces. Available in 10 standard patterns, including Flinstones (pictured), the product is rust-resistant and is manufactured from recycled aluminum.
Source One‘s Odessa is a medium-scaled, textured vertical that features a natural braided look. With six standard colorways, the 27-inch wallcovering is made to order by skilled artisans.