Élitis, a French company specialising in wallpaper, wall coverings, fabrics and home accessories, presents the first part of the 2022 collection in a more contemporary and minimal design that renews its image. The lines of the new wallcoverings and wallpapers are the result of constant research into innovative materials, patterns, shapes, techniques and artistic expressions. A never-ending challenge, aimed at playing with the effects of materials and colours, evoking suggestions from far away, in time and space.
In the Merida wallcovering, raffia in a pop and contemporary version is the main protagonist; in the Mouvements line, innovative lacquered 3D printing and laser engraving techniques are the bearers of new, almost pictorial effects, suspended between glossy and matt, between background and relief. Among the wallpapers, Bois sculpté seems to welcome us into the workshop of a sculptor, with all the baggage of sensations and perceptions it contains. References to ancient Korean fabrics are at the heart of the LaCaravane collection, characterised by a patchwork of weaves. The compositions in Voiles de papier, on the other hand, are real journeys made up of different textures, combinations, techniques and signs. Grand Hôtel, finally, is the Élitis wallpaper line which, in an entirely Art Deco style, translates the codes of marquetry and geometric patterns of the 1930s onto the wall. The Accessoire line is inspired this year by an Alpine adventure and the vintage atmosphere of the 1970s. It features soft cushions, handmade rugs, ready-to-hang curtains and, new for 2022, headboards in various shapes and colours, made up of several elements that can be sold separately and assembled.
In addition to originality and a wealth of innovation, the new Élitis proposal also brings with it great respect for the environment and human health, with products boasting the lowest level of emissions into the air (category A), preferring water-based inks, using solvent-free vinyl and natural plasticisers and giving priority to materials that are as recyclable as possible. Thus generating beauty that is good for the soul, for the physical health of those who enjoy it and for the environment that surrounds us.