Trompe l'œil Wallpaper: Concrete Wall by Tom Haga

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  • Headquarters: Norway

I've always loved the look of raw concrete walls — and now the industrial and unfinished look of concrete walls can be yours no matter where you live. New custom trompe l'œil wallpaper from Concrete Walls uses photographs by Norwegian photographer Tom Haga to simulate the look of poured concrete, raw cinder block and even graffiti.

Concrete Walls imagery is based on high-resolution photography and custom manipulation — so there are never repeating patterns. The wallpaper — a vinyl surface with fiber backside (it's washable!) — is available in 2 widths: 2' (62cm) and 4' (124cm). Amazingly, rolls can be made to up to 82' (25m) in height.

For more images of concrete options, pricing and order requirements, see Concrete Wall. Concrete Wall ships worldwide.

Via: notcot.org

Images: Tom Haga

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