Quite a few people who visited the VISION House Los Angeles during the demonstration period asked about wall coverings. Whether it was the white backsplash in the kitchen, tiles on the shower walls or in the bathrooms or laundry areas people's reactions were really fun to watch.
Let's start with the most "shocking" element of all. The photo below by LathamArchitectural.com shows the powder room on the first level of the House.
Many visitors who walked into this bathroom would say, "I love this bathroom...except for the wallpaper." Well folks, it isn't wall paper. It's actually a decorative tile from Porcelanosa. One touch of the surface and people realized it was not wall paper!
Porcelanosa was used throughout the bathrooms in the shower areas and we can guarantee that if you think there's wall paper it's probably their product on the wall.
And then there's that white material in the kitchen. Probably one of the most touched surfaces in VISION House Los Angeles with its deep wavy ridges. That product is actually gypsum decorative tile from Textural Designs (shown below). Textural Designs tiles are 100 percent recyclable and contain no volatile organic compounds or other harmful materials.
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Posted: 8/8/2012 4:06:17 PM by
Heather Wallace | with 0 comments