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KBB – Products: Bath Surfaces

KBB – Products: Bath Surfaces

The new Type II vinyl wall coverings from Aux Abris  feature visually textural patterns and murals with a handcrafted depth. Designed by founder Karen Robert, the wall coverings are uncompromising in quality and aesthetic with customizable options including color matching suitable for hospitality or residential...

Aux Abris Debuts New Vinyl Wall Covering Patterns for Hospitality

Aux Abris Debuts New Vinyl Wall Covering Patterns for Hospitality

AUGUST 23, 2019 BY HOUSE TIPSTER INDUSTRY Boutique studio wall coverings brand Aux Abris is kicking up its hospitality offerings by introducing a new line of contemporary fine vinyl wallpapers with dynamic colors, patterns, and visual textures. The latest collection of Type II vinyl offerings are all about 3D designs...

Introducing “BOTANICAL”

Introducing “BOTANICAL”

Our NEW textural mural with hand-crafted depth is available in silk or vinyl. Our statement murals were designed to coordinate with gravure patterns to create high impact. Botanical is our newest silk mural inspired by a trip to the Round Top Antiques Fair in Texas. Founder and designer Karen Robert found antique botanical etchings which she then morphed into a mural.

BLUEPRINT – Garden of Eden

BLUEPRINT – Garden of Eden

Aux Abris is a boutique design studio in Bronxville, NY specializing in fine call coverings, their collection of imaginative patterns and murals brings contemporary flair to timeless and iconic designs. They are printer on grounds such as grasscloth, raw silk, Japanese paper and other distinctive textures. Murals are printer in custom lengths. For more informationL auxabrsi.com

BUSINESS OF HOMEAux Abris Plans to Tailer the Wallpaper Market to Designers

BUSINESS OF HOME
Aux Abris Plans to Tailer the Wallpaper Market to Designers

A pair of snake wall sconces are to blame for Aux Abris’s Garden of Eden raw silk mural wallpaper. The owner, Karen Robert, was contacted by a friend who had just installed the set of lights in her bathroom and requested a serpent-inspired wallcovering. “I got it in my head, and I went home and collaged that afternoon,” says Robert, who designed a small-scale collage of art deco motifs on the computer before printing samples. “The file [for Garden of Eden] kept getting bigger and bigger and it kept crashing my computer, so finally I had to buy a new computer to accommodate it.”

RIGHT MEETS LEFTInterior Design

RIGHT MEETS LEFT
Interior Design

Right Meets Left interior design studio featured our “Garden of Eden” mural at Detroit’s recent JLD Designer Show House. 
Designer: Courtney McLeod. Photograph by John Neitzel/ Digital Destinations
www.rightmeetsleftdesign.com