Founded in 2010, NLXL is known for Scrapwood Wallpaper, brainchild of designer Piet Hein Eek and NLXL founders Rick & Esther Vintage. Current wallpaper collections comprise “Brooklyn Tins” for Paris based destination store Merci, “Concrete” by Piet Boon, “Remixed” by Arthur Slenk, “Archives” by Studio Job, “Biblioteca” by Ekaterina Panikanova “Obsession” by Daniel Rozensztroch, “Addiction” by Paola Navone and “Materials” by Piet Hein Eek.Read More
The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum has added Scrapwood, Archives and Remixed Wallpaper to their permanent collection. Scrapwood Wallpaper was on display in the Museum of Architecture and Design in New York. In 2014 the Archives Wallpaper by Studio Job was featured in all windows of Saks 5th Avenue for the Alexander McQueen fashion collection introduction, as well as the Paul Smith store windows on 5th Avenue. Dutch Museum Boijmans van Beuningen has also added Archives by Studio Job to their permanent collection in 2015.
Scrapwood received the 2011 ICFF NY Editors award. Archives has won the 2014 ICFF NY Editors award and the 2015 Elle Decoration EDIDA.
NLXL products have been featured in the New York Times, Daily News, Architectural Digest, Wallpaper*, DesignBoom, Wall Street Journal, Dezeen, Coolhunter and almost every other major interior publication.
Weaved cane is one of the oldest techniques used in furniture manufacturing. Cane strips have been used in objects since ancient times, originating as basket material and evolving into furniture. Caned furniture first appeared in Holland, England and France around the 1660’s thanks to bustling trade with Asia.
Thonet revolutionized the furniture industry in 1859 with it’s 214 chair. The simple caned seat contributed to the chair’s extraordinary lightness, which meant that it was less expensive to produce and transport.
In todays’ contemporary interiors Cane Webbing is making a comeback. NLXL is the first wallpaper manufacturer to introduce Cane Webbing wallpaper.
19.2" x L 393.7" = 52.42 SqFt