WALLS That Satisfy a Sweet Tooth

Here at S Interior Design we are always on the look out for unique and environmentally friendly options to use in our design projects.  When we were asked to take a look at this product, it got an A+ rating on both counts.  So, we are pleased to share with you, and promote the product for the manufacturer.

That’s right –these are eco friendly 3d-wallpanels made out of Sugarcane bagasse

Eco 3d-wallpanels give an extra dimension to your walls!

WallArt will bring your walls to life with their eco friendly 3d-wallpanels made out of the fibrous residue of sugarcane also called bagasse. This fibres of crushed sugarcane stalks, remaining after raw sugar is extracted from the juice of the sugarcane by shredding it, is now the raw material that forms the base of this easily installed eco friendly interior product. The raw material used for WallArt 3d-wallpanels is 100% recycled, compostable and therefore 100% biodegradable.

WallArt 3d wall panels are all made out of a renewable source which is biodegradable and therefore contribute to sustainability. Bagasse, as a residue of sugarcane, is one of the world’s most renewable sources because sugarcane can be harvested up to 3 times a year. The total harvest worldwide is more than 1.2 billion metric tons yearly and out of each 3 ton of sugarcane there remains 1 ton of bagasse. By using this recycled raw material we can say this 3d-wallpaper is a real eco decor product.

WallArt introduced their 3d-wallcovering in Europe in 2011. They’ve been the first entering the market with this eco friendly home decor and interior product. At this moment there are 12 different models of the WallArt 3d wall panels available, for more information about WallArt and their 3d decorating wall panels please go to their website http://www.mywallart.com and check it out. WallArt 3d decorative wall panels are not only environmentally friendly but the 3d effect give an extra dimension to your walls!



Fun Accessories for Your Home or Office

When looking for accessories, think in terms of variable heights, textures and colors for the most interesting and unique out come.  The decorating rules of grouping items in odd numbers such as 3 and 5 almost always will work best.

Just out accessory shopping for a client’s home and I wanted to share some of the fun items I found for her. I am a big fan of organic-modern objet like this piece composed of manzanita branches.

(Eclectic Home-Scottsdale,AZ)

This collection of vases also caught my eye

One of my favorite sources for unique accessories is Global Views.  Here is a sample of what they offer-


Design Inspiration From Nature

It never fails to amaze me.
Often nature is the best source of design inspiration.

From simple arrangements of fruit and vegetables to the majesty of the Grand Canyon, all one needs to do is open ones’ eyes wide to find great resources for design direction and inspiration.  I find this to be especially true regarding
color combinations

These vibrant colors from nature all work beautifully together because they are of the same level of saturation and depth of color intensity.

I was fortunate enough to visit the Grand Canyon this month.  Here are a few pictures of the majestic Canyon lands that I am sure will inspire your design direction

Mixing different heights and textures will give you a more interesting result.  Imagine if the rock face was all smooth?  If it was all level?  The view would not be nearly as visually intriguing.  Apply the principles of varying heights and textures to your design in terms of furnishings and accessories is the lesson here!