Wallpaper Love: Pierre Frey Rituel Collection

Africa has long been on my bucket list.  

I may not get there this year on safari as hoped but I can be there in spirit with the new Pierre Frey wallpaper collection.  


The RITUEL collection is inspired by South Africa. In the bush, the N’débélé people developed non-figurative art based on colored geometric motifs. These motifs are displayed on the outside walls of their houses, thus delivering a strong and powerful message that contrasts strongly with the landscape. This graphic art, the main vector of their identity, is the prerogative of women. Seduced by this double characteristic, la Maison Pierre Frey wishes to write a pictorial language in adequacy with our lifestyles. With complete freedom of interpretation, this collection plays on different rhythms and associations of contrasting colors. It is composed of wallpapers with various printing techniques such as traditional printing on non-woven and cork, wide width digital printing, lacquer or matte paint. The RITUEL wallpaper collection, with its exclusive designs, blends in with the fabrics of the TRIBU collection. Together, these collections demonstrate the universality of graphic forms.


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