The WallPepper® wallpapers at Salvioni showroom in Milan

During the Milan Design Week, the company announces the beginning of a new collaboration.

The Salvioni Milano Durini showroom will be one of the most awaited events of the Milan Design Week, with 1.100 sq. m. of space developed in six floors, designed as six different locations with specific settings.

For the 2018 edition, after the brand-new entry of WallPepper®, a young Italian brand that produces artistic wallpapers, Salvioni has decided to re-design its spaces but, this time, involving the walls as well and turning out them in some well expressive and aesthetic surfaces. WallPepper®, then, has added a value to the great interior design project, that has already surprised the public for its creativity and elegance.

The wallpaper, in the project, has a key role: as a fil rouge, the decorative walls tell the guests the different moods of the apartments, connecting to each other the furniture presented. The graphics chosen for the ground floor are a clear example of this, recalling a winter garden atmosphere, as well as those on the second floor, all based on the metropolitan and trendy style of the “Milanese house”.

Even the outdoor spaces are decorated with the WallPepper® graphics, using special technical rolls able to resist the effects of weathering, of UV rays… and over time. The appointment for the Fuorisalone is just the beginning of a new and important collaboration between WallPepper® and Salvioni Milano Durini.


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