Angles, geometry, symmetry...all are part of the inspiration for the modern city chic effect of Urban Oasis by Versa. Structural elements are drawn from furniture, fabric and lighting as well as fashion for men and women. The crisp texture is highlighted by metallic washes of soft gold, rich bronze, cool silver, copper and white pearl, creating the appeal of an urban loft space. Matte finishes in neutral shades of taupe, cream, deep oxblood and navy are soft, yet play up the unique details and angles in Urban Oasis.
San Francisco's Embarcadero inspired Versa's new texture by the same name. Like this waterfront area, the wallcovering brings together many colorful and divergent influences. The wallcovering takes its cues from classic menswear styling, combining the craftsmanship of natural linens and wools with a new elegant horizontal crepe texture. Images referenced give the feel of masculine spaces, worn wood and aged metals. Refined haberdashery is always in style and works with all interior spaces. Gray is the new neutral, both warm and cool, and mixes well with warm browns and beiges.
Facility managers agree that one of the ongoing problems in hospital corridors are scuff marks on the walls from gurneys, carts and rolling traffic. The dilemma led one of the nation’s largest nonprofit healthcare systems to put out a call to action. The Dallas organization with more than 20,000 employees and 3,800 beds asked vendors to suggest a solution that was highly durable, affordable, resistant to damage, attractive, and able to maintain its appearance over a long lifecycle. Answering the call was international wallcovering manufacturer Versa Wallcovering and its new flexible wall protection called VersaGuard.