New Laser Cut Wallcovering from Innovations


Exploring the friction between natural and manmade led the Innovations Design Studio to new techniques for their summer collection of wallcoverings.

“The processes we use and how things are made is an important component of the collection,” said Innovations executive Michael Freedman. “It was crucial that we look beyond traditional patterns and materials for new manufacturing processes. LACEBARK is the perfect example.”

An innovative laser cutting technique creates Lacebark’s memorable texture, an allover organic pattern modeled after exfoliating trees. When cut at various depths, the silky textile surface reacts with a proprietary pigment, bonding to its non-woven substrate and revealing shades of color. The 51-inch statement wallcovering comes in five colorways.