Paper Forest

Trove has added a new design to its bold collection of 22 modern wallcoverings. The Trace pattern, which launched in October at Atelier Courbet’s “Made: In New York” retail exhibition, was inspired by North American forests and features an unsystematic silhouette of trees reflected in soothing blue hues. Like many of the designs in Trove’s portfolio, Trace was crafted using a combination of photography and hand drawings on paper with washable, nontoxic, wax-based coatings and UV-resistant inks. Trace is available for $16 a square foot and also will be available as a window film for $13 a square foot.
Trove, 212.268.2046, www.troveline.com

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