Light-Up Wallpaper

May 2nd, 2011 by retail design blog

What if you did not need to hang things on your wall to have engaging decorations – and could skip buying lamps and installing lights altogether. Addressing both aesthetics and function in a phenomenal way, this light emitting wallpaper design by Jonas Samson combines flick-of-a-switch decor with an all-in-one lighting solution.
When turned off, the wallpaper reverts to a blank state showing no sign of its hidden ability to light up. Turning it on can be performed as a single action or can be set up in an elaborate sequence to make a space more dynamic and engaging – a nifty party trick or simply something more active than your typical still life or landscape on the wall.

The potential patterns are, of course, essentially endless – designs similar to typical wallpapers can be used, or more modern patterns that sync up with a given interior, or various strategies can be layered so that a different configuration is possible for the ever-changing needs of a space.

http://dornob.com/on-and-off-light-up-wallpaper-illuminates-interior-spaces/

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