Hey maitre d’ – cover your shame and wrap those walls in something luxurious and stylish today!
If you’re in the hospitality game, you can’t serve your guests nudity for main course. The hospitality industry thrives on reputation, innovation and decoration. Creating the right kind of atmosphere is paramount if you want people to stay, eat and drink. The ambience of an establishment speaks volumes about its ethos and principles – that’s why entrepreneurs put so much time and effort into creating exactly the right vibe to attract their target clientele. So why leave your walls naked?
Naked walls say two things to your guests… there’s a lack of imagination around here and you’re in for a bland experience. What you need is a wallcovering that says just the opposite… this place is interesting and there are rich rewards for those who choose to stay and play within these walls. So if you’re looking for a stylish range that also does double duty as a commercial grade workhorse, look no further than the inspired Oriel Collection by Newmor.
Art Deco’s linear symmetry was a distinct departure from the flowing asymmetrical organic curves of its predecessor Art Nouveau. It embraced influences from neoclassical, constructivism, cubism, modernism and futurism – and it also drew inspiration from ancient Egyptian and Aztec forms. Now modern wallpaper manufacturer Newmor has successfully infused these styles into its Oriel Collection, creating a sophisticated and attractive selection of fabric-backed vinyls for your walls.
Oriel comprises six designs which offer a choice of large scale prints ranging from the stylised florals of Delano to the bold palm leaves of contrasting colours in Palme. Meanwhile Tahin offers the structure of a damask print, whilst Hudson embodies the pure deco style of a wave. Complimenting the prints are two very handy plains in the form of Cassina (a fine linen texture) and Darnell (a faux horizontal silk).
The colour palette is rich and inviting, giving the interior decorator a decisive edge when reinvigorating any existing space. The collection moves from delicate and neutral shades to bold fuchsia, elegant pewter and warm charcoal tones. Venturing further, you can explore the impacts of silver, gold, ochres, chestnut and Moroccan reds. Cool things off with the addition of dusty sage greens, straw shades and classic soft creams. Then delve into the paintbox once again to introduce plum shades, mixed with exciting and dynamic metallic finishes.
A doctor can bury his mistakes, but an architect can only advise his clients to plant vines – Frank Lloyd Wright
Naturally, the collection is not all beauty with zero brawn. These wallcoverings are tough, having being designed to meet the requirements of a commercial environment. They are durable and long lasting, giving you another edge in your quest to transform your hotel, restaurant or cosy bar. So take a trip back to 1930’s, grab the best elements of art deco and zoom right back to the 21st Century. To explore the exciting possibilities of the Oriel Collection, give us a call today on (03) 9335 6711 or explore the Oriel gallery here now!