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Tapet Borneo

Tapet Borneo

Tapet Borneo

Borneo offers rich and sumptuous colours and a mosaic of elegant natural materials, reflecting the beauty of the island. It combines precious products, handmade by skilled craftsmen, with ecological non-woven wallcoverings, matt and textured.

Bakbak, the dried outer part of the bark of the abaca plant (a species of banana), is carefully dried, dyed in superb colours, laminated on a non-woven backing and subsequently cut into strips. This sheet is finally patiently woven on handlooms.

Raffia with metallic reflections is laminated on non-woven and then dyed with delicate touches of tone-on-tone pastels, or strokes of lacquered colours. This material reminds of the precious minerals, abundantly present on the isle, and also of the multicoloured stripes at the horizon, tinted by the changing daylight.

The range of colours comprises soft and natural shades as well as some stronger and deeper colours: sandy whites; walnut; chestnut; azurin; pastel and sugared almond blue; powder pink; sepia; tortoiseshell; verdigris; sage; mauve... You might even spot a touch of alizarin or garnet red.



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Tapet Borneo

Borneo offers rich and sumptuous colours and a mosaic of elegant natural materials, reflecting the beauty of the island. It combines precious products, handmade by skilled craftsmen, with ecological non-woven wallcoverings, matt and textured.

Bakbak, the dried outer part of the bark of the abaca plant (a species of banana), is carefully dried, dyed in superb colours, laminated on a non-woven backing and subsequently cut into strips. This sheet is finally patiently woven on handlooms.

Raffia with metallic reflections is laminated on non-woven and then dyed with delicate touches of tone-on-tone pastels, or strokes of lacquered colours. This material reminds of the precious minerals, abundantly present on the isle, and also of the multicoloured stripes at the horizon, tinted by the changing daylight.

The range of colours comprises soft and natural shades as well as some stronger and deeper colours: sandy whites; walnut; chestnut; azurin; pastel and sugared almond blue; powder pink; sepia; tortoiseshell; verdigris; sage; mauve... You might even spot a touch of alizarin or garnet red.