The iconic, spontaneous gestures of graffiti are captured in fabrics, wallcoverings and flooring bursting with urban vitality. Spray paint, marker tagging and even scratchitti are represented and will transform indoor surfaces into vibrant cityscapes.
Claylike hues are both neutral and colorful — and trending in contemporary interiors internationally. Textured earth tones for walls, floors and ceilings create a soothing escapist mood that pairs perfectly with textured whites and clean furniture forms.
Get the look of the most popular stone slabs with high-performing alternatives that seem just like the real thing. Ceramic tile, laminate and glass convincingly resemble marble, onyx, agate, basalt, travertine, limestone and granite.
These surface finishes can be installed in only a couple of steps, thanks to the simplicity of self-adhesive backings for films, carpet tiles, wallcoverings and decorative resin panels. Cover just about any surface while saving on installation costs. They are ideal for pop-ups, large surface areas or any last-minute touches.
Check out these outdoor fabrics that allude to the cheerful luxury of midcentury resort culture. A vibrant midcentury palette and patterns evoke thoughts of a swinging pool party and the locales of luxurious getaways.
Think you know Damask? This centuries-old pattern is not simply one thing. From designs that stay true to the classic patterns on jacquard-woven silk to contemporary takes on interlocking botanical motifs, the pattern is more timeless than it is traditional.
Shaggy carpets, a wealth of sheepskins and faux furs provide maximalist texture while fitting into several trending styles. Whether you are decorating a winter home, a retro retreat or a high-glam contemporary space, these subtle-to-strong textures are not too shaggy.
Sleek or textured, sparkling or matte, aged or polished — many metal products make stunning surfaces. Browse steel, copper, bronze and aluminum metals treated with a variety of patinas and techniques for walls, ceilings, floors and countertops.
All things trippy and drippy are having their day, as manufacturers of textiles, wallcoverings and tile draw inspiration from psychedelia. This iconic aesthetic blends surrealism, pop and 1960s/1970s references for a look that is full of vibrant energy and wonder.
Plastic-based textiles, wallcoverings and flooring made from recycled materials prove that style and sustainability are a perfect pair. Beautifully designed materials in a rich variety of patterns and textures also are LEED compliant.
Mica, pearl, seashell and some unique mineral-based products make glittering surfaces with an organic appeal. They are perfect for spas or any space that could use a calming mood with a subtle hit of natural luxury.
Wood flooring in shades of white, gray and black create evocative moods in styles that range from sleek to rustic and from urban to traditional. A variety of textures, techniques and shades of gray make it possible to find the perfect flooring solution that is anything but neutral.
Mod florals in highly graphic patterns will add the playful energy of pop art-inspired imagery to your projects. Patterns inspired by 1960s florals in vibrant colors are trending in carpets, tiles, textiles and wallcoverings.
The most seminal weaving workshop in modern history is inspiring myriad patterns for textiles and wallcoverings. Shop patterns that feature intricate geometry and a vibrant palette, as well as original reproductions of the most iconic designs from the Bauhaus weaving workshop.
Textiles and leathers that are hand-painted by artisans are guaranteed to transform furniture into artwork. Brushstrokes and imagery that range from subtle to lively add vibrant energy to a room, while adding the luxury of handcrafted fine art.
Manufacturers are capitalizing on the rigidity of classic felt and applying luxurious techniques to add movement and dimensionality. Discover the stunningly contemporary effects produced by embroidery, quilting and innovative printing techniques.
Creative constructions reveal openings and cutouts for creating light-filled, layered interiors. Methods that include laser cutting, hand-sculpting, etching, perforations and a variety of open weaves offer many ways to let in light or reveal underlying layers for a dimensional look.
From slick to cheeky to raw, manufacturers are exposing new takes on classic brick. Materials as diverse as onyx, steel, glass and porcelain play with form, scale, color and texture, presenting an array of contemporary approaches.
Channel the retro-futuristic design of the Space Age. A wide range of materials rife with references to lunar forms, early computers and industrial materials capture the sleek appeal of 1960s futurism.
Discover the growing number of natural stone colors Material Bank has to offer. Imported marbles, granite and quartzite slabs from Africa and South America come in vibrant shades and unusual veining patterns that will have you jumping off the white marble bandwagon.
Exterior materials made from recycled content allow lovers of the outdoors to enjoy the environment while also protecting it. Products made from reclaimed wood, recycled yarns, plastic, aluminum and quarry waste offer responsible ways to design chic outdoor spaces.
The fluid patterning of this semiprecious stone is an on-trend way of adding organic beauty to the interior. Break up large expanses or add jewelry like accents with wallcoverings, tiles and fabrics in earthy tones and vibrant shades.
Our carpet selection has expanded rapidly to include finely crafted hand-tufted and hand-knotted carpets in a variety of gorgeous designs. See the range of constructions, pile heights and color effects of some of our best new products.
Discover the surprising range of tile finishes, patterns and textures for wet applications. Define the best part of the bathroom with eye-catching patterns, 3D forms and striking colors, in materials that range from stone and cement to glass and ceramic.
Evoke the timelessness of one of America’s most distinctive style cities with materials that capture Miami Beach’s unique combination of influences. Art deco geometry, tropical florals and hits of flamboyant luxury meld to form this singularly fabulous style.
These drapery fabrics — in weaves from sheer to opaque, patterns from subtle to striking and colors from neutral to saturated — are machine washable. Elegance and ease of maintenance are aligned in these draperies, which are ideal for hospitality projects.
Mirror the style of the interior with an attention-grabbing exterior. These façade materials exhibit a range of styles, materials and colors. From flagstones to colored metals, and from mosaics to slabs, these options for residential or commercial projects demand to be noticed.
Celebrate classic American style with materials that represent traditional handcrafts and regional styles. Materials that mirror needlework, lace, crochet, embroidery and quilting meet barnwood and woven leather for looks that bridge early American and urban cowboy.
An already beautiful metal is made into art by manufacturers who experiment with stunning patinas, embossing, etched designs and inlays. Discover a range of hand-finished copper laminates, wallcoverings and tiles for walls, furniture, countertops and more.
Textiles and wallcoverings that feature adorable illustrations of animals are a playful addition to the home. They are great for animal lovers, kids’ rooms or any room in which the look of hand-drawn or painted designs can make a statement.
Elegant solutions for dividing spaces are perfect for offices or any area that requires privacy. Let in light while blocking sound with these glass, metal and wood products that are as functional as they are beautiful.
Expertly designed textiles put a high-craft spin on the old-world glamour of antique textiles. Irregular textures, constructions and dye techniques create the appearance of well-worn velvets, chenilles and jacquard-woven fabrics.
A far cry from a natural look, these haired hides scream for attention. Exotic animal prints, patterns with movement and ultra-rich colors belie innovative fabrication techniques. Create dramatic looks for rugs, walls and upholstery with this classic material made fun.
This forever influential aesthetic can be achieved with this curated selection of elegant products. Get the look with handwoven carpets inspired by midcentury Swedish designs, organic patterns, earthy materials and heavy bouclés and sheepskin.
The '80s are back with these Memphis-inspired, postmodern patterns. Channel this influential moment in design history with playful, faux hand-drawn patterns and the look of retrograde computer graphics in bright, joyful colors.
This high-performing material also comes in woven constructions, embossed textures and painterly prints that display the aesthetic versatility of the material. Add elegant, contemporary designs to the list of reasons to love vinyl.
The next generation of cork wallcoverings, flooring and fabrics will surprise you. When cork veneers are combined with processes such as embossing, gilding and innovative printing techniques, the lines between nature and industry are effectively blurred.
Stone, normally a finite resource, is sustainably reclaimed or recycled to produce wide-ranging products. From natural pebble mosaic to contemporary terrazzo and rough-hewn cladding, the luxury of the material does not get lost in transformation.
Discover a variety of durable stain-resistant fabrics for bedding, perfect for hotels or even residential kids’ rooms. Many options also offer a variety of performance features, including antimicrobial finishes, easy maintenance and ecological benefits.
The sparkle of glass and the richness of stone meet in this stunning selection of mixed mosaics. The sophisticated pairing of unlikely materials gives a classic penny tile a luxurious upgrade, while innovative designs take a contemporary approach to ornamentation.
See our most durable velvets in a trending palette of saturated jewel tones. Banquettes for restaurants, bars, lounges and lobbies will benefit from an ultra-luxe traditional look or a nod to disco-era glamour. Practicality and luxury pair perfectly for commercial or residential interiors.
Indulge in the varied color and abstract patterns of wallcoverings inspired by the art of collage. Woven wallcoverings made from recycled newspapers and movie posters are literal representations of collage, while abstract designs printed on vinyl allude to the technique.
An old technique is made new again with these innovative embossing methods for leather and faux leathers. Multilayered processes and a range of hand finishing techniques marry craft and innovation while creative patterns offer a host of styles to choose from.
Wallcoverings featuring digitally rendered images and high-resolution photography deliver a taste of Pop-Art to the digital age. Bring nature photography, mural walls and attainable designs by giants of contemporary art into the interior.
Solid surfacing countertops are practical, stylish, good for your health and good for the earth. Discover the numerous performance properties and ecological benefits that these highly-durable slabs have to offer.
Three-dimensional wall panels made from reclaimed or recycled wood create dimensional looks ranging from rustic to contemporary. These visually stimulating products come in exotic and domestic woods while offering numerous ecological benefits.
Eco-friendly materials for ceiling applications are not only good for the earth, but offer colors, textures and constructions that will turn heads skyward. Made from recycled content, these metal, wood and felt products also offer a host of other performance features and benefits.
Bold patterns in vibrant blocks of colors make a statement while setting a playful, energetic mood. Indulge in color-loaded tiles, leather, wallcoverings and fabrics in dynamic geometric patterns with a range of scales.
Cozy up to Chanel-inspired takes on bouclé, tweed, knits, and chenille. These plush textiles in inspired constructions are as classic as they are contemporary. Add comfort to the home or bring a residential-feel to commercial projects with fabrics that just beg to be touched.
It has to be functional. But you can make it fabulous. Give backsplashes a front seat with artful tiles that add a sense of movement, ideal for creating centerpieces in minimalist residential projects. But given the popularity of open-kitchen eateries, the approach is a natch for hospitality. And don’t forget all those bar backs—and all those captive eyes.
Kid-proof flooring puts design on the lesson plan.
They’re underage, but not unaware. Accelerate the next generation’s aesthetic education by specifying durable, style-conscious flooring. Tap the versatility of vinyl, and the flexibility (pun intended) of rubber, with patterns that provide multiple sensibilities for different school environments: abstract in the art room, timbered in the gym, colorful in the cafeteria.
Speak volumes with library-worthy textiles and surfaces.
As books edge ever closer to becoming anachronisms, the hallowed halls from whence they came are suddenly haute. There’s practically a sense of novelty in these echoes of formality, the autumnal fabrics and baronial woods. Sure, it’s old school. But given the right balance, it becomes an aspirational statement for the Everything-I Generation.
Hot spots once had two choices for bar tops: make it stylish enough for the elbows of the in-crowd, or durable enough to resist when they spill their spritz. But you can be the nightlife czar and the maintenance monarch by specifying surfacing materials that are impervious while delivering unexpected colors, patterns and simulated textures.
It’s a big, wide, wonderful world out there. And you’re gonna give ‘em beige? Discriminating clients know better, and they want outdoor fabrics fit for a first-class voyage. Defy their expectations by matching personality with pattern: geometric for the modernist, paisley for traditionalists, pixilated for techies—and all-weather for all.
Nearly-clear alternatives to traditional surfacing formats.
Glass tiles are taking projects by storm, as designers realize the fallacies of fragility have been greatly exaggerated. Aside from the dance floor, specify at will. But think beyond bathroom walls and kitchen backsplashes—feature walls and outdoor cladding can also share the sparkle.
Healthcare fabrics prescribed to treat the peepers.
You’re gonna put bleach on that? Designers in the know are dazzling the eye while healing the body by choosing impervious fabric that doesn’t trade design for durability. Double-rub to your heart’s content, because these patterns are built for frequent turnover. And don’t forget all those LEED points that low-emitting fibers deliver.
Fashionable flooring that keeps up with the crowd.
If we’re checking in with hospitality, these carpets claim the crown. It’s proof you can never underestimate the power of color and pattern to transform public spaces. When the hot spot next door has the in-crowd looking under their feet, help the client look beyond high-traffic, and see high style. Pro tip: graphic obscures grime.