Front Design partnered with Eco Wallpaper on a collection of wallpapers that look three-dimensional. The designs feature pencil drawings that reveal light and shadows on a plain white background giving the illusion of depth.


The designers were inspired by wallpaper they’d cut up and how it gave a three-dimensional texture when layered on the wall. To get the final designs, they took pencil to paper and drew each pattern to give it the feel of actual cut paper.


Since so many people paint their rooms white to keep the space light, they designed the collection to show people you can use wallpaper and still get the same brightness you would if you’d simply painted it white.




By Caroline Williamson.