Greg Herringshaw

Le Corbusier's Walls


Although he was also a designer, painter and writer, Le Corbusier is known primarily as an architect. And, like many prominent early 20th-century architects, Le Corbusier believed in the importance of a completely designed environment. His first collection of wallpapers, designed in 1931, consisted mainly of solid colors that he referred to as a color keyboard.
wallpaper, Le Corbusier, Salubra, Architecture, interior design

Object of the Month: Newsworthy


Newsworthy combines age-old techniques with the modern notion of recycling. Woven on handlooms using the same technique as traditional grasscloth, the wallpaper is composed of 100% recycled newspaper and nylon filament.
Object of the Month, wallpaper

Children's Room Decoration


The early years of the twentieth century were the high point in children’s room decoration. The Industrial Revolution brought about increased wealth, and children were given their own rooms for the first time.
Children, child, room, bedroom, nursery, decoration, decorative, wallpaper, sidewall, frieze

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