This spring, Weitzner introduces an innovative new collection of wallcoverings, aptly named Archipelago. Available from Altfield, the collection features wallcoverings with an organic, natural feel and classics with a more practical application.
One of the decors, Cezanne, is a Weitzner hand-made item and is made from the patch-dyed paper of the rare, self-sustaining Lokta plant found in the foothills of the Himalayas.
The paper is first hand-made, and then dyed to create random patterns of colour. The dyed paper is then cut into thin strips and hand-woven on a silk warp. Five nuanced colours are available.
Palisades, one of the newest Weitzner hand-made wallcoverings, is comprised of two papers made from Abaca, pineapple and paper pulp. One of the papers is smooth on the surface, while the other is textured. These two papers are cut into strips and then woven together to create an open lattice pattern. Available in white and warm grey, this innovative vertical can be glued directly onto the wall with a contrasting paint colour, or hung on a window.