Introducing GEO

A contemporary wallpaper from the new Geo collection

Obsession-worthy geometrics, swanky stripes and mod texture effects

A contemporary wallpaper from the new Geo collection

This book is modern, chic, and hip, with vivid patterns. Prismatic shapes, jazz infused lines, polka dots and twists, are all gilded in couture finishes for a contemporary splendor. Pearlescent screen-printed effects, plush suede accents, gravure and beaded textures take this new collection to dazzling heights. The colors include neutrals with panache, a full spectrum of exalted silver greys, royal purples, cool blues, rose and tangerine. Once again Decorline impresses with new printing techniques and an exciting design style for today’s palette.

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