Wayne, Pa. (PRWEB) May 12, 2011
Wallquest, Inc., one of the largest and most innovative wallcovering manufacturers in the world, introduces Kensington, a new collection of scrolls, damasks and oversized florals that uses traditional surface printing to create lovely, hand-printed looks.
Invented in England in 1839, surface printing is the oldest automated printing method still in use today and uses a stamp or stencil-like effect to create tactile patterns; you can actually feel the edges of the design. Kensington combines unique texture with the color eloquence of natural tans, grays and creams. Accents of metallic greens, blues, golds and silvers create an inspiring color palette with classic style. These wallpapers are faithful to the character of older surface print documents yet bring contemporary warmth to any interior.
All of the wallpapers are printed on paper sourced from certified and well-managed forests. The production processes rely solely on solvent-free, water based inks. Any water used during production is professionally filtered and cleaned before it is returned to the environment.
Family owned and operated, the heritage of Wallquest goes back to the 1820's. Its staff of talented artists creates distinctive collections by staying current with trends as well as drawing on its rich heritage of style and cultural themes. Today its products are sold in more than 60 countries.
To view these and other collections, visit http://www.wallquest.com or call 888-425-WALL.