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The newest wallcoverings glisten with an ancient Japanese process that hand-applies precious metal
Golden Geometry Known for its richly textured, nature-inspired specialty wallcoverings, Phillip Jeffries sets a literal gold standard with its newest lines, created in a small family-owned mill in Japan through a century-old process of hand-stenciling with gold, silver and pewter leaf. The boldly scaled Gilded Ascent, shown here in Gold Rising, offers serene geometry on a metallic ground. Available to the trade.
Glamorous blocks of gold leaf, applied by artisans with hashi (chopsticks), highlight real wood veneer to create the Gilded Grid wallcoverings. Sealed with a resin finish, the small-scale construct is wipeable and resists rusting and oxidation.
1. Subtly colored wood glows with warmth in Green & Gold, one of six colorways for the line.
2. Metallic is the new neutral on Beige & Gold, where irregular gilding complements the wavy organic aesthetic.
3. Ash & Gold underscores the perpendicular with strongly linear wood grain.
4. Darkly dramatic, Onyx & Gold promises the classic appeal of a little black dress.