Piet Boon: “We were absolutely stunned when we first visited NLXL. The production methods, the level of quality and the company’s unique expertise and passion were a real eye opener. We are very proud of our Concrete Wallpaper. The result is amazing in every aspect. One really has to touch it to feel the difference with the real thing. Concrete with its sober, subdued character is one of my favourite materials. And now there is this fabulous wallpaper which lets one transform a space, be it a wall or ceilings easily and in a very affordable way. We also plan to use it for wainscoting panels and ceilings. Another huge advantage is that minor damages don’t show – they simply disappear naturally in the ‘structure’.”
The 'Concrete' wallpaper collection from NLXL features seven distinct designs.
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The Labyrinth concept was first used in 2004 for a surrealistic garden design in Japan. Afterwards, Labyrinth was further developed as 'Labyrinth Sofa' for the Italian furniture manufacturer B&B. After...
'Perished' was created in 2005. The concept was to take furniture pieces, including a triptych bench, and veneer with wood according to the 17th century marquetry method. Following a visit...