Today we discovered a reference to Barrisol in an online article called "Up the Walls" in The Irish Times. It featured a Barrisol Artolis wall print with gorgeous flower blooms. Another reminder of spring.
"Barrisol, a French company that specialises in digitally-printed stretch materials, provides dramatic ceiling scapes and back drops that look as if they have been painted in situ. Much of its work is in commercial spaces such as offices, hotels and conference centres where its stretched fabric works with lighting schemes and acoustic panelling to create different ambiences.
But the fabric panels can also be used to gorgeous effect in domestic settings. The range of patterns on offer is mind-boggling thanks to a partnership with the French textile museum, Musée de l’Impression sur Étoffes, which has around six million designs in its archive collected since 1833. Blow-ups of the patterns accentuate the design for more unusual effects."