A snapshot in morning dew: refreshed by a trickling shower of rain, countless blossoms dance in the gentle wind. The day’s first rays of sun drown all of naturee in a crystal splash of colour. The "Deco Chic 2015" collection, from wallpaper manufacturer Rasch, skilfully captures the most beautiful mood of the day and enchants with its noble elegance.
The mainly floral theme of the collection is characterised by delicate flowers that resemble wild yarrow. Despite the size of the subject, the pattern is very discreet and restrained. It would rather be a silent companion, than draw attention by being loud and shrill. This is achieved by combining matte lavender with light stone grey. The subtle colours give each room a plainque elegance and the charm of adult youthfulness, while immersing walls in precious beauty.
The fine texture of the background against which these motifs are placed is truly impressive. It creates the impression that the wallpaper is made of the finest linen. Short vertical lines break the structure again and again, giving the weave a very natureal appearance.
You decide: small delicate buds, layered on numerous levels like a sea of blossoms, or large, full sumptuous blooms enthroned on a grey-brown background as if finely etched in pencil. Scribbled tendrils animate the background and provide sweeping lines. The various plain colours can be combined beautifully with these. Whether elegant in fine linen-look or in the currently hot crash-look – colours such as magnolia white, apricot, meadow green, lavender-violet and stone grey give your home a natureally beautiful ambience. Ice blue and silver offer cool contrasts. If you like more structure on your wall, opt for a plain colour that is crisscrossed horizontally with brightened irregular lines.