Elizabeth Dow’s cutting edge and intuitive colour sense, inspired both by the natural landscape and the urban environment, translates into sophisticated wallcoverings that challenge the aesthetic standard. She has made proprietary technological breakthroughs – new papers, paints, materials, colour combinations, fibres, textures, and her own secret formula for glue - changing the industry and the style of work for the interior designers and other wallcovering manufacturers. The Cooper Hewitt Museum has acknowledged her outstanding achievements by including fifteen of her wallpapers in the permanent collection to date. Neither a traditionalist or a modernist, Elizabeth has been able to forge a bridge that compliments both styles. Her work goes far beyond the four walls.
Having established her name in the industry as a couture wallcovering studio, it seemed a natural decision to apply the Elizabeth Dow signature style to other elements of interior design with qualities ranging from Belgian linens to faux furs, the fabric collection is a perfect complement to the company’s line of hand painted wallcoverings.
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