Hide Wallcoverings by Kyle Bunting

White is now the most usual color for the walls of your apartments and houses, but not all people love it. Some people simply want something different, especially if they want to decorate and design a more special place than an apartment. I am talking about a luxury club, a bar, a very select exhibition hall or maybe another place with a special destination and rich people who have unusual tastes. Of course, when you have enough money to afford any kind of eccentric design or when you are a remarkable artist with a unique vision things are a bit more complicated for you because you will certainly want something special, unique, even shoking sometimes.

In this case you can use the fine but a bit strange wallcoverings that are designed by Kyle Bunting and are made of leather. I know that when you talk about leather on walls you immediately think of cave people or maybe Attila the Hun, but there’s nothing like that. Actually the leather used by the designer has the hair on one side and it is painted in various models, more or less modern and futuristic. If you want some ideas about how to use them when decorating the walls for your special place, just check the following photos or simply visit the designer’s web site.



Published by in Interiors, on January 18th, 2011

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