Gradient wallpaper by Thomas Eurlings (Leiden 1983) - a Dutch product and interior designer - is part of the NLXL LAB collection. It is available in two variants: multicolour & pink
His work examines the traditional borders between form and function. Clear, recognisable icons and shapes make his work seemingly accessible. But in order to discover their essence, the observer has to take a closer look at the products and use his imagination. Recurring themes are the paradoxes of functional decoration and industrial originality, like in his recent ‘Little boxes‘—minutely decorated, 3D printed acrylic jewellery boxes. Other projects include ‘Fading Mirror‘ —a minimalist, yet decorative mirror which is now produced by ENO—, gradient wallpaper and curtains—featuring Thomas’ signature dégradé— and ‘Total Access Jewelry‘— a series of keys that can be worn as pieces of jewellery without losing their function.
Thomas regularly participates in the International design and art exhibitions such as Salone del Mobile (Milan, IT), Dutch Design Week (Eindhoven, NL) and Design Salon Amsterdam (NL). His products have been featured in international publications like Dazed & Confused, Elle Decoration and Pen Magazine. Thomas lives and works in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
- Mural, 3 drops of 130” x 19” (330 x 48,7cm)
- Dimensions 58" x 130" (52 SQFT) 48,7 x 900 cm (4,8m2)
- heavy-duty wallpaper with paper top-layer and non-woven backing
- colourfast and washable with a soft cloth
- no wallpapering table necessary, glue is applied to wall
- Fire rating USA ASTM E 84-10 EU B-s1, (download)
- Lead time 1 - 2 weeks.
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