Design: Wallpapers for the outside

While wallpapers are making a comeback inside the house since a few years French DGarden Collection is now offering “wallpapers” for your outside space as well.
They produce textile banners, stickers and matching cushion covers that follow the concept of wallpapers.

Banners are custom made to individual size and on their web site you can select from dozens of designs within 5 categories (country, nature, stripes, grasses, geometric). A banner in the popular size of 200 x 50cm will set you back about EUR 140. Have a look at their gallery to see how others are using it.


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link to DGarden web site





















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