"Gradient" trend on the walls

"Gradient" trend on the walls

Spotted on the set design of Elisabeth Leriche at the Maison & Objet fair in September 2012, the "gradient" claims to become a flagship trend of the season, starting with the walls. Pushing the limits of a 100% pure look, it is behind a sometimes wise, offbeat, geometric or poetic style that it is revisited.

Ultraviolet gradient

Elitis ### This is a slightly futuristic gradient, going from white to purple, which does not fail to cause a sensation inside.

Gradient in columns

Elitis ### Black, brown or chocolate, the arty columns of this wallpaper merge into white, gaining height.

Chic gradient

Elitis ### The wallpaper is dressed in immaculate white squares, degraded at their ends. It is the purified and chic example par excellence.

Ethnic gradient

Elitis ### No clear delimitation for these "African weaving" style wall columns, but a nice gradient based on a creamy background.

Soft gradient

Elitis ### Imitation coat and "degraded" effect for this unusual wallpaper made up of more or less light gray squares.

Gradient from wall to wall

Saint Maclou ### On the ceiling: turquoise blue. On the walls: a lagoon blue. This is another way to enhance the walls with the gradient: vary the shades of the same color, from one facade to another!

Degraded in bricks

Elitis ### The wallpaper didn't just build an impression of a brick wall, it also opted for a visually graphic gradient thanks to blue, gray or black bricks.