Brooklynteriors, a company specializing in screen-printed wallpaper, can convert any drab space into something extraordinary. No matter the space, they offer a unique wallpaper option for ceilings, hallways, and everywhere in between. With sophisticated and cozy designs, their wallpaper provides an at-home feel wherever you put it.
Creator Clinton Von Gement draws inspiration from a fascination with the old industrial buildings in Brooklyn that remind him of a time when people worked in the trades and labored by hand. With a simple concept of production, application, and design, Von Gement hopes to keep this authentic spirit alive while providing an inexpensive option to customize your home. Von Gement proves himself as a multifaceted artist, formerly screen-printing apparel, posters, and street art. He plays bass for Bird Courage, a band with a “pastoral-astral sound and light lyrics”. Now that the company has expanded, Jason Butter is taking things over to Pittsburgh. Butter was the first person to install Brooklynteriors wallpaper in his home, and he’s committed to making sure that more people have the option to do so.
For their process, they use water-based paint on manila paper to create their screen prints sheet by sheet. Brooklynteriors wallpaper can be easily removed, so you can use their products to spice up a space even if you’re renting. Customers can order wallpaper online and try doing it for themselves, or let the pros handle it with installation services in Brooklyn, NY and Pittsburgh, PA. To build a custom ceiling border or just make an accent wall pop, follow the directions provided with each order and let the interior designing begin.
Made to order, each piece of wall paper is handmade and screen printed in-house. The sheets are hung dry until they’re ready to be installed. Installation costs $2.99 per sheet, and customers can call to receive a free estimate. Anyone can transform a space with a funky range of wall paper styles such as Garden, Armor and Houndstooth–a popular favorite that shakes up the traditional black and white checks. Their take on Herringbone, another classic design, is based off timeless suit patterns. For something more out of the ordinary, check out their latest Cattle design (seen right).
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