London Chic by Wolf-Gordon | Collection Gains Seven Luxurious Patterns
Wolf-Gordon continues its exploration of patterning inspired by one of the of the world’s most beloved cities in its latest edition of London Chic Type II wallcovering. The patterns in this collection reference the city’s regal luxury as well as its cultural diversity, and are certified to the NSF/ANSI 342 sustainability standard.
“London Chic is a collection of wallcoverings for interiors with character. The patterns blend soft texture with elegant metallic inks for an understated luxury, appropriate for all markets.” – Marybeth Shaw, VP, Design & Marketing.
Seven new patterns join the London Chic collection, previewed at NeoCon® 2017 in Wolf-Gordon’s 10th floor showroom.
Belgravia: Belgravia features a combination of detailed linework and shimmering metallic inks, available in nine elegant colorways.
Kensington: Wolf-Gordon’s Kensington is a popular linear pattern refreshed with tinted silver and gold embellishments in 19 colorways.
Haggerston: This edgy metallic has a weathered appearance as if splattered by raindrops, and comes in six different colorways.
Brixton: A nod to Wolf-Gordon’s signature textural patterns, the tip print process allows for a wide range of metallics and gives Brixton an illusion of depth and bark-like feel. The pattern is available in 12 different colorways.
Islington Station: This refined, mid-scale geometric has a delicate line and interlocking shapes for a trend-forward look in nine colorways.
Islington: Elegant and muted, Islington has a fabric-like print that conveys a soft, progressive pattern in nine matching coordinates to Islington Station.
Greenwich: Signaling rustic opulence, Greenwich has the look of a true raw silk look. The flexible palette of 19 colorways features sophisticated neutrals with metallic inks.
About Wolf Gordon
Wolf-Gordon is an American design company offering designers a wide range of interior surfacing products united by the common qualities of excellent design and dependable performance. Founded in 1967 as a comprehensive source for wallcoverings, its product line has since added upholstery and drapery textiles, paints, and Wink clear, dry-erase coating. Through its collaborations with leading national and international designers and in its Design Studio, Wolf- Gordon continues to develop new work that is provocative, inspiring, and of our time. Wolf- Gordon’s growing portfolio of licensed collections includes designs by Laurinda Spear, Karim Rashid, Petra Blaisse, Grethe Sørensen, Kevin Walz, the Boym Partners, Frank Tjepkema, and Mae Engelgeer. Wolf-Gordon sales representatives are based in all major markets in the United States.