The equivalent of a sustainability “nutrition label,” an EPD is a comprehensive disclosure of a product’s lifecycle-based environmental impacts (on atmosphere, water and earth), from cradle to grave. An EPD helps specifiers and purchasers assess lifecycle impacts and environmental attributes and facilitates product evaluation using clear, factual data.
Versa's new ad was featured in Interiors & Sources' October issue as part of a Wallcoverings Special Section. The Wallcoverings Association collaborated with Interiors & Sources to put together the 12-page section that highlights industry products and covers sustainability advancements. Versa's Alley Cat wallcovering was showcased in the magazine's editorial as well as Versa's new ad.
Effective October 10, 2017, Versa Wallcovering® has transfered Canadian distribution of its 2,000+ product line to Metro Wallcoverings. Concord, Ontario-based Metro will offer Versa’s complete line of premium quality, sustainable vinyl wallcoverings and VersaGuard™ flexible wall protection throughout Canada.
Just in time for HD and NeoCon, Versa releases three cool, crisp designs for summer. Brio (top and bottom) simulates luxurious silky texture. Choose from 18 refined washes of color with sophisticated silky slubs and a watermarked Shibori effect. Panama Linen (second from top) reinterprets classic linen with a highly tactile embossing in 18 fresh colorations. Alley Cat comes in 10 palettes with variegated and irregular brush strokes that add movement and dimension to the wall. Like weathered wood and stained concrete, Alley Cat has time-worn, artisanal appeal. All are made of Type II vinyl...
Versa's certification to NSF 342 is part of an ad campaign by the Wallcoverings Association in Interior Design's Spring Market Tabloid and NeoCon Directory. LSI Wallcovering, which makes the Versa brand, was the first manufacturer in the world to certify to the NSF 342 Sustainability Standard for Wallcovering. Many other companies have followed suit and today there are over 900 wallcovering styles certified to the standard.
Louisville Business First has recognized Versa leader Phil Tarullo for the company's leading-edge manufacturing practices. Versa is produced by global wallcoverings manufacturer LSI Wallcovering, which serves the world via facilities in Louisville, Kentucky and Suzhou, China. Tarullo, CEO of LSI Wallcovering, talks about the challenges of manufacturing in today's global economy.
Versa has a new look! The new tipcard container is really a box within a box. A smaller black linen box is placed on the bottom of the larger box for added reinforcement and durability. Made of heavy duty cardboard, the large box is wrapped in silver embossed, book binding material. The interior is lined in vivid green paper that references the accent color used in the Versa and Second-Look logos. Handles in the front and back facilitate easy lifting.
Versa was the first manufacturer to develop a tipcard box and move away from the industry standard of three-ring binders. The new box presents enhanced graphics and ergonomics. The size of the tipcards has been reduced so that more fit into the box. The new and improved Versa box with additional capacity does not take up any additional space on the shelf.