Friday, 23 March 2012

Kirath Ghundoo's new
wallpapers 2012

I discovered the surface pattern designer, Kirath Ghundoo, at last year's 100% Design – drawn over immediately to the striking, gorgeously coloured geometric wallpapers she had hanging up. 

Now she has just launched a new range – hot on the heels of being shortlisted in the final three of the Homes & Gardens Young Designer Award.

Kirath's trademark is that she creates designs that can be mixed and matched – making the whole process more sustainable, as it saves on waste, and cheaper as you can use everything up more easily. And this week she launched a new range of her lovely, very well-priced wallpapers (scroll further down to see the new designs), as well as a bespoke service – see above. The bespoke service papers, which involve Kirath creating for you a unique, personalised design, start at £100 per roll plus design fees.
Kirath's new MisMatch 12 range, below, features three colourways: as with her Mix n Match 11 range (which I still hanker after – so unusual and such great colours) the designs can be chopped up in a variety of different ways to create new patterns. She explains: "The mismatch pattern collection is uber cool. This can be created using a variety of colours, standard block repeat (which has been used for this collection), applied portrait or landscape. The possibilities are endless! The look is simple and creates a striking impact."



The MisMatch Collection – Kiwi Kiwi has been displayed in a boutique style hotel, with contrasting furniture and fabrics. This can be created using a variety of colours, standard block repeat (which has been used for this collection), applied portrait or landscape. This look is simple and creates a striking focal point for both residential and commercial spaces.



The MisMatch Collection – Sharon Sharon has been used for a bar and applied landscape for a portrait finish, which demonstrates the possibilities from one roll.


The MisMatch Collection – Chilli Chilli is a dark repeat that works well in large spaces to add warmth. This can be created using a variety of colours, standard block repeat (which has been used for this collection), applied portrait or landscape. The simplicity of the repeat creates a striking feature wall for both residential and commercial spaces.

All MisMatch rolls are 52cm by 10m and priced at £60 per roll. Below, some more of Kirath's designs, mixed up and also some more explanation of how the system works.





The Mix ‘n’ Match 11 Collection – Iso, Persia, Stack, Lavish, Aztec, Mosaic, Geo Still love this, from last year, very much.

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