In the Japanese language Yumiko is defined by the word beauty. The details of beautiful landscapes, gardens, textures, and distinguishing colors of Japanese pictorial art were called upon when creating this collection of grasscloth wallcoverings. Yumiko represents a journey, and by doing that also represents the beauty of hopes and dreams.
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Hida features a grattage-like painting technique that creates textural interest through the laying of paint and then scraping away. Through this technique abstract silhouettes of landscape and rock appear in the far distance. Hida is offered in beautiful earth tone colorways.
Contrast Wallcovering: YUMIKO.
The namesake of the collection, Yumiko features portraits of Japanese geisha’s holding either umbrellas or swords, with a slightly distressed finish, and is offered in earth tone colorways.
Featuring a traditional grasscloth technique, the printed Akita design has an intriguing strié effect on a metallic ground, accomplished through the use of contrasting colors. Akita is offered in neutrals and earth tone colorways.