Lori Zimmer

Mushaboom Design Offers Sustainable Wallcoverings Inspired by Flora and Fauna

by , 03/08/12

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Mushaboom works with inspiring artists and designers to create their gorgeous collections of wall papers. The pieces are often inspired by specific locations, which Mushaboom then shares with its audience on their website. For example, the Taylor Head Park near the company’s headquarters in Mushaboom Nova Scotia inspired a collection of the same name, with references the evergreen trees, pebbled beach, and waves at Bull Beach appearing in the collection’s patterns.

The Canadian company uses recycled and recyclable materials whenever possible, which means that should your tastes change, your entire installation can be recycled! Mushaboom also avoids harmful chemicals and toxic printing processes, yielding less waste and reducing their water consumption.

The colorful collections can suit any taste, from wildly colorful illustrative patterns which feature flora and fauna, to more muted selections that are inspired by textures found in nature, like bark, marble and beaches. Clients can also customize the patterns into their ideal color palettes, giving endless possibilities to their already  wide selection of wall coverings.

Using Mushaboom sustainable wall coverings will help clients achieve LEED certification for commercial interiors, as well as add some color and personality to both offices and homes alike.

+ Mushaboom Design

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