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  • Holiday Trade

    merry christmasThe team at eurowalls want to extend their thanks for a wonderful year and warm wishes for the festive season. Our Head Offices, Alexandria, Brisbane and New Zealand showrooms will be closing from Friday 21st December and opening again on January 7th 2019. Our Bowral and Melbourne showrooms will re-open on the 21st January.  We're excited for what the next year holds for eurowalls and our clients as we create extraordinary spaces.

    Any orders will need to be finalised by Wednesday 5th December to lock in pre Christmas delivery for our residential wall coverings. Contact us if you have any other enquiries.

  • New Tonga Colours - Eye Catching Simplicity

    Innovative Dutch wallcovering designers, Vescom have just launched a new range of colours for the enduringly popular Tonga wallcovering. Pushing the boundaries of textured vinyl wallcoverings, Tonga has a deep, three dimensional vertical texture that creates the illusion of height in a space, yet the style is remarkably clean and modern. This design has inspired the architecture industry here in Australia and we've seen it specified in remarkable projects like Sydney's infamous EY building, The Star Sydney, Hotel Ovolo Brisbane and DFS Galleria in The Rocks.

    In addition to the strong focus on aesthics, there is also a high level of importance placed on the fit-for-purpose qualities of this commerical vinyl wallcovering. It is, in fact, Vescom's heaviest quality vinyl wallcovering, ensuring it's durability in high foot-traffic areas.The design classic (19 colours) was expanded to include neutrals and tones like creamy white and wool white. Matte greyed tints and an impressive range of metallic colours also give the product a complete upgrade.  The metallic tints like copper, bronze and silver add to the 3D effect and highlight the multicolour optical illusion

     

    view the range: vescom vinyl 03 - tonga

  • Feature in October House & Garden

    We are so excited to be featured in this months issue of Australian House & Garden. Copper tones are championed in this bedroom scene featuring a gorgeous French antique leather tufted bedhead and our Passepartout wallpaper, A chinoiserie-esque forest of metallic warm golds and a dark charcoal, navy background for contrast. The collection offers mysterious unreality and interesting new perspectives that partly have their roots in classical trompe l'oeil painting (French for 'deceive the eye'). Particularly eye-catching designs in this collection include hand-woven Korean seaweed, opulent bouquets of flowers that look like oil paintings by Dutch old masters and crumpled-up brown paper that will cover your wall in smart packaging that looks deceptively real.

    Photography by: Cricket Studio

    Design by: Space Grace & Style

    Styling by: Megan Morton

    Visit the STACK website here: https://www.homestolove.com.au/australian-house-and-garden

    products used: Passepartout 609095

     

  • A luxurious aged care project by Hare Interiors

    Hare Interiors takes aged care to a new level with their luxurious renovation of the Holly Lea Village, known to be one of Christchurch's finest retirement homes. Based in Auckland, Hare is an interior design studio, known for their intimate detailing, that provides intelligent and interior design solutions for both residential and commerical projects. They endeavor to create timeless design, and we believe that they have truely created that for this aged care project that exudes warmth and comfort. Hare selected our 100% linen contract wallcovering, Linosa for this project and their decision to use our linen wallcovering is a true reflection of their aim. Linen has a completely timeless aesthetic that also reflects an element of natural sophistication and warmth.

    products used: Linosa

  • Ronald Mc Donald House by Design & Co

    What a splendid result by Queensland design firm, Design & Co. They were engaged to redesign the Baby and Toddler room at Ronald Mc Donald House in Herston. The sweet space that they created both brightens and calms the mood of it's visitors with a mixture of a playful colour palette and softening elements. Our rainbow digital+print custom mural (link) is a bright addition behind the cot and rocking chair space, matched perfectly with the adorable hand made lights from Lil Spaces, promising the most cheerful of dreams for the little ones. Our zebra wallpaper from the Upstairs Downstairs collection (link) features on the adjacent wall, adding playful interest yet also matching the soft, calming neutrals in the remainder of the room. Design & Co have certainly created a serene space for parents to relax and babies and toddlers to sleep or play with the interactive games.

    A shout out to the fit out team Bencee Les Wilson (custom cabinet makers and builders) and other generous suppliers Signcepts, Polytec, Choices Flooring Fortitude Valley, Interface. This room has been beautifully photographed by Leah Desborough Photographer.

     

  • Southbank Sophistication

    What a stunning space from Melbourne interior design studio, Alexander Pollock. Aaron Wong specified our Hauki wallcovering throughout this modern Penthouse, located in the arts precinct of Melbourne. His brief was to design 'complete luxury' for a family that enjoyed only the best in design, furniture and objects, creating living spaces at the pinnacle of luxury. Highly textured wallpaper was used in every major area to "create intimacy and warmth" - as said by INSIDE Magazine, in their recent feature of this beautiful project.

     

    products used: hauki 1069.03

     

    https://www.alexanderpollock.com/inside-3/

  • textile-look vinyl wallcoverings

     

    Three new designs of vinyl wallcoverings with a textile aesthetic have just been released. Onari, Greenbo and Millwood have been designed with the aged care and well-being market in mind. The functionality and benefits of vinyl are paired with a soft and welcoming aesthetic to enhance comfort.

     

     

     

    'Millwood'

    The multi-coloured Millwood design sparkles and looks like linen with the functionality and quality of vinyl. The broad colour series (29 colours) with neutral linen hues, pastels and green tints make every interior soft and natural. Click here to view the full collection.

     

    'Greenbo'

    Greenbo has a natural, organic weave effect. The 20 soft colours are inspired by the gardens of Piet Oudolf. Greenbo lets grass and plant colours return to your interior. Click here to view the full collection.

      

    'Onari'

    Onari has a modern textile-like look and feel with a vertical rib. The expanded colour chart (25 colours) includes many natural colours, supplemented by soft pastels and hues of lavender, saffron and papaver. Click here to view the full collection.

  • New Curtains

    We're welcoming 2018 with 3 stunning new additions to our contract curtain collections from Vescom. Inspired by the textures of nature, Mioko, Faray and Liran add a soft and comforting aesthetic to hotels, apartments, offices and other commerical spaces.

    'Mioko'

    An unpatterned satin curtain, Mioko remains a solid basic product, well-known for its soft look and lovely, elegant sheen. The new colour pallet with a choice of 33 colours offers a welcome variety of light shades. Click here to see the full collection.

     

    'Liran'

    Liran has a woolly soft look as well as a beautiful sheen. The fabric is available in 15 light natural and powder tones and can easily be used in every project interior. Click here to see the full collection.

     

    'Faray'

    Tone on tone design of swirling vertical lines in the length, Faray is well-known for its natural and organic look. The completely new colour pallet with 18 shades is characterised by a vertical organic pattern inspired by nature. The fabric is reversible, which makes Faray extra special. Click here to see the full collection.

     

  • 2018 Trend Report

    It's that time of year for much speculation of what's to come! Heimtextil (the biggest international trade fair for home and contract textiles) have always proven their indepth knowledge of the direction of the international interior design market. We looked at their recent findings from their collaboration with global design and trend experts to analyse the current international trends for 2018/19.

     

    'Urban Oasis'

    The 'greenery' trend that was so prolific in 2017 is set to continue for in design for 2018. A desire to bring the refreshing yet relaxing colours, textures and patterns of outdoors to our indoors is said to be in attempt to achieve an "increased sense of well-being".

    'Perfect Imperfection'

    Indigo is seeing a resurgence in popularity with international designers, with particular attention being paid to the unique natural imperfections that indigo dying can result in.

    'Relax/Recharge'

    Continuing the wellness theme, and the impact of colour on our moods, the trend of immersing interiors completely in colour is set to rise. Blues and Reds are at the forefront of this trend, with the theory's that feelings can be impacted by these influential hues. According to Heimtextil, blue has shown stimulating effects, and red to be calming, which is in strong contract to current colour theory views.

    'Ultra Violet'

    Pantone's colour prediction for 2018 is the invigorating and dramatic purple hue, Ultra Violet. They're calling it a provocative and thoughtful shade that inspires creative inspiration. Physically, with its deep blue undertones, the colour is inspired by the vast night sky, representative of the 'mysteries of the cosmos'. Historically, it has associations with a spiritual quality and reflects a sense of mindfulness.

  • Galleria By DFS, Sydney

    Our pictures don't quite seem to do justice to the excellent treatment by DFS of our Tonga 1015.11 contract vinyl wallcovering. Throughout the 4 levels of this luxury shopping destination, they opted to hang the wallcovering horizontally, drawing the eye across the length of the wall rather than drawing ones attention to the shorter-than-average wall height. This was further enhanced by a recessed ceiling feature that also encases hidden downlighting, amplifying the the lineal textural drama of Tonga. The black trim contrasts beautifully, while elevating the level of sophistication of the space.

    products used: tonga wallcovering

  • We are Hiring!

    We’re expanding our reach and expanding our team – come and join us? Do you love working with clients? Do you love exploring new markets and opening up opportunities? Click here to find out more about our Business Development Manager and Associate roles available across Queensland, Sydney and Melbourne.

  • End of Year Holidays at eurowalls

    A huge thank you to all of our fantastic customers for making it another creative and inspiring year! What a year it has been for us, with a new website, an Auckland showroom and Bowral showroom opening, a few new faces and many great projects. Our team is taking a well earned festive break with Saturday December 16th being the last day for 2017 and Monday 15th of January being the first day of 2018 (yep, that's a whole month off, aren't we lucky).

    Please note that because of this, we will not be able to ship out any online orders during this time. So, if you happen to have any urges to splurge on your decorative pursuits over the holiday break, please be patient until our dispatch team returns on January 15th. This includes samples and accessories. All of our showrooms will also be closed during this time.

    From the whole eurowalls team, we hope you all have a relaxing and joyful festive season. Take care and see you in the New Year.

     

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