Granby and Rebun explore the design-and-aesthetic potential of vinyl wallcovering. Vescom’s in-house design team have harnessed their deep understanding of and respect for woven textiles, working with embossment to combine the human-centricity of soft textiles with the benefits of vinyl wallcoverings. The two new designs have a linen look: Granby updates the classic herringbone pattern while Rebun has an all-over textile weave pattern, two distinct yet related products that can be used separately or in combination. Thanks to their handcrafted expression, high-traffic commercial spaces that demand durable and easy-to-clean materials are imbued with homelike comfort.
discover Granby: herringbone with a matte layered look
Granby vinyl wallcovering updates the classic herringbone pattern. Granby’s subtle structured stripe with respect for the original material, working with embossment to translate the look and feel of fabric into an incredibly hardwearing, cleanable vinyl wallcovering.
Granby’s design process involved studying traditional herringbone textiles and interpreting their essence into handcrafted samples to find the perfect scale, texture and balance for a vinyl wallcovering. The result combines two printed layers with a vertical embossment to achieve a luxurious three-dimensional look.
discover Rebun: coarse-weave linen structure with a matte, irregular look
With its large-scale structure, Rebun's coarse-weave linen, gives it a distinctive handmade look and the perfect embossed expression.
Boasting a sporty aesthetic, Nias is a dry fabric with a natural, feathered-looking yarn, giving it a resemblance to wool. Nias' colours are chosen for its ability to lighten and brighten interiors.It comes in 13 fresh colours, including warm ochre, terracotta, sky blue, leaf green and dusty pink, and a wide range of soft neutrals. Featuring either a black or white warp, Nias' range of colours have an inherent luminance, mixing with their surroundings to achieve a unique spatial presence.