This collection of printed texture papers showcases natural materials, some with a geometric twist. Update your interior and explore the Albany Vector wallpaper collection.
This printed tile consists of strips of waxy banana leaf run together to produce a pleasing stacked pattern.
A mosaic of well-worn pearlised stones creating a grid of great character. You can almost feel the texture with your eyes.
The soft, creamy texture of Yeso plaster, combed to give the otherwise smooth surface substance.
Metallic outlines of stacked geometric cubes create an optical illusion. The sharpness of the lines is tempered by a soft cork rendered background.
The soft pitted texture of cork bark, a set of concentric outlines, one enclosing the last, like natures doodle while waiting for Spring.
A colourised print rendition of grasscloth, fabric hand woven from natural plant fibres.
Follow the weave: a twisting and intertwined series of grasscloth geometric panels; like a parquet floor with the optical illusion of depth.
Set against a grasscloth background is this geometric maze which the eye happily follows, and then back again.
Double-square tiles printed with a marble effect. Heavy and bold, with dark rock fault-lines and a fine dusting of heat-created metallic layers.
Strips of hessian, a roughly woven, utility fabric are run alongside each other and painted with a chalky basic paint to bring the design together.
A pleasing sharp-cut stone effect, creating a neat tile with apparent depth.
Roughly polished stone displaying a granular surface running with thin seams of metallics and cracks from impurities in the rock.