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You voted & we agree!  The readers of interiors + sources voted Versa Wallcoverings Lorenzo as a standout on the wall, and award it as the Best Wallcovering of 2016!

 

"Lorenzo by Versa Wallcovering stood out thanks to its 3D effect and sophisticated embossing.  The visual changes based on lighting and viewpoints. Lorenzo is offered in 15 colors and is made of low-VOC 24oz. vinyl on Osnaburg backing.  It is also NSF/ANSI 342 certified."

INTERIOR DESIGN Magazine, selects PIXEL by VERSA Wallcovering for the fabric + wallcovering section of this seasons Fornasetti covered Fall Tabloid. 

Pixel, an intriguing new texture for Versa Wallcovering, showcases layers of design enhanced by a new structured emboss.  Horizontal elements in metallic, shimmer and balance perfectly underneath a matte, graphic pixel motif on the surfaces.  Inspired by current deconstructed artistic themes of pixelation. Bridging interior design concepts from traditional to contemporary, Pixel provides a fresh textural effect for the wall.

Buildings Magazine highlights the detail of Chesapeake by Versa Wallcovering, as part of their Products & Services selection of the October 2016 publication.  

"Chesapeake is a detailed fabric wallcovering.  Embossing offers horizontal textures for use in high-traffic corridors and on walls with imperfections.  Made of low-VOC., 20-ounce vinyl on Osnaburg backing and certified to NSF 342.  Available in a variety of naturally inspired colors with intricate detail and texture.  CHESAPEAKE by VERSA.  Circle 226. www.versawallvoering.com"

Buildings Magazine focuses right in on Versa Wallcoverings Aura, as part of their Walls & Partitions selection of the September 2016 publication.  

"Aura...evokes weathered, aged and handcrafted materials.  Ideal for hotel headwalls and feature walls in restaurants, lobbies and offices.  Aura is available in eight colorways, including earth tones, metallic, and brights.  Made of low-VOC, 20-ounce, Type II vinyl.  Certified to NSF 34.  AURA by VERSA WALLCOVERING.  Circle 207.  www.versawallvoering.com"

INTERIOR DESIGN Magazine's staff hand picked 24 favorites for new textile and Wallcovering products.  Check out Omni by Versa Wallcovering.  This color combination has been a hot selection for 2016. 

Hospitality Design highlights Versa Wallcovering's Weathered as an upcoming indoor trend in The Products Issue of 2016.

"Versa Wallcovering's Weathered, a Type II Vinyl, exudes a natural aging patina in its 12 color options reflecting a range of influences, including tree bark, aged metals, variegated marbles, stones, and salvaged wood. The large - scale pattern has no vertical repeat and is enhanced with metallic ink and a natural pitted surface emboss."

 

 

Business Of Furniture takes a First Look at Versa Wallcovering's Sonoma.

 “Versa’s new Sonoma wallcovering brings the comfort of nature with its imagery of meandering vines, sundappled reflections and flowing fields. The soft-edged, nature influenced treatment is inspired by the California wine-growing region of the same name. It’s the perfect answer to designers’ requests for large-scale organics that are not specifically botanical or floral. Its 14 treatments include pearlescent metallic inks and range from calming neutrals to shimmering aqua, and summer green to sophisticated charcoal. The wallcovering coordinates with Versa’s Regency Silk texture.”

Hotel Business Design puts Versa Wallcovering's Sonoma in good company on the products, wallcovering page of their website.

"Versa Wallcovering's Sonoma is meant to conjure the comfort of nature with loose organic imagery suggestive of meandering vines, sun-dappled reflections or flowing fields, according to the company. The soft-edged, nature-influenced treatment is inspired by the California wine-growing region of the same name and was created to respond to designers; requests for large-scale organics that are not specifically botanical or floral.  Fourteen color treatments include pearlescent metallic inks and range from neutrals to aqua and summer green to charcoal."

 

 

Interior Design Magazine selected Versa Wallcovering for a spot in the NeoCon daily tabloid on day 3.  We couldn't be more honored for the continued support.

"You can blur the lines - or not - in the manufacture's latest parade of patterns. Weathered exudes the patina of natural again, in 12 color combinations spanning the gamut from evocations of creamy marbles and warm woods to Aged Metal, enhanced with metallic ink and embossed detailing.  Three-dimensional Lorenzo is inspired by Italy's piazza's with relief waves inside a grid of titled squares that capture light differently depending on the direction from which they're viewed.  The 15 colors include subtly metallic Iron Ore.  Both are printed on low-VOC type II vinyl."

INTERIOR DESIGN magazine selects VERSA Wallcovering's Omni to bring twists of color and energy in the Spring 2016 Market Tabloid.  

"Bringing to the mind twists and turns of Celtic knots, with supple geometries on a linen-look background.  The 12 color combinations range from bold to tone-on-tone, all printed on low-VOC, 20-ounce vinyl with an osnaburg backing.  For those needing a counterpoint, there the coordinating Omni Linen line, which shares Omni's texture but not its pattern."

"Versa Wallcovering's Omni Linen displays intricate embossing in 18 saturated colors, with some shades incorporating metallic and accent threads for added texture and detail.  Made of low-VOC, 20-ounce vinyl on osnaburg backing."

interiors + sources lists VERSA Wallcovering's Lorenzo in the top spot among their list of wall sources.

"Lorenzo opens up an eye-catching 3-D effect for the wall with intricate embossing. The multi-faceted fabrication continually morphs with changing light and viewpoints. It comes in 15 colors and is made of low-VOC 24 oz. vinyl on Osnaburg backing. Certified to NSF/ANSI 342."

Connexion, Aura and Lorenzo were featured on Interior Design's Top 40 Product List. See products that made the list in this DesignWire April newsletter.

Hospitality Design selected Versa Wallcovering's Kaleidoscope to illustrate the Rose Gold color trend. Spidery ridges and angles crisscross and align in Kaleidoscope to create an iridescent web. The embossed wallcovering morphs in changing light and when viewed from different perspectives. The series includes 18 colors ranging from iridescent Pueblo to Cobalt, Alabaster, Mystery, Pear, and Thunderbird.

Design Journal has bestowed 2016 ADEX awards to three Versa designs. Lorenzo received a Silver Award, Kouri took home the Gold, and Aura was recognized with a Platinum Award. 

 

Versa Wallcovering’s VersaGuard is a flexible wall protection that combines aesthetic appeal with enhanced durability and cleanability. The heavy-duty vinyl construction and protective top film is four times more impact-resistant than Type II wallcovering. 

Meandering vertical striations float over a background of horizontal grooves and ridges in Ravelle from Versa Wallcovering. The wavy vertical lines allude to natural formations such as flowing rivers, undulating desert sand, and layered rock canyons. The underlying multicolored crepe background is available as a separate pattern called Ravelle Texture. Both come in 18 nature-inspired colors. 

Versa Wallcovering has released Halcyon, its second collection of VersaGuard flexible wall protection. VersaGuard is a Type III wallcovering made of heavy-duty, 33-ounce vinyl construction and durable protective top film that is four times more impact resistant than Type II wallcovering, according to independent testing. Engineered to perform in high-traffic corridors and public spaces, it shields walls from rigorous use and the repeated impact of rolling traffic such as desk chairs, carts and gurneys.

The VersaGuard by Versa Wallcovering provides wall protection with flexibility and durability. Engineered for high-traffic corridors and public spaces, the product shields walls from rigorous use. It resists tough stains such as mustard, ink, and iodine, and bleach or rubbing alcohol can be used for easy clean-ups, according to the company. Made with Second-Look Recycled Technology, the wallpaper features a 33-ounce vinyl construction and durable protective top film and contains 20 percent recycled content.