23 Apr Friday Files – Iksel New Exquisite Collection
A New Collection of inspiring decors for 2021
Once again, Iksel invites us on a journey through time and cultures with new wonderful designs, allowing us to cast our gaze over great outdoors from home.
Nine new scenic decors are to be found in this new collection. From a green Istanbul with Romantic Bosphorus to old beautiful Florence by way of 17th century Japan with Wisteria in Landscape and Japanese Cornflowers Red, Iksel’s amazing feat is again its ability to carry us away through time and places with exquisite wallpapers.
Inspired by a series of lithographs by Schranz, dated 1856, the Bosphorus is emptied of its buildings and bridges. If the Mosques appear on the Istanbul skyline to evoke the mythical city, the skyscrapers and even older buildings have been conveniently replaced by nature for a greener result. Romantic Bosphorus comes in three colours.
This scenic is one of a series of Ideal Cities painted by Brunelleschi in the mid-1400’s. Besides being the architect of the Duomo in Florence, Brunelleschi, along with Piero della Franscesca, was one of the pioneers of modern perspective. Iksel’s version is highly textured unlike the original and of course, much larger.
Art Deco Fountain
Art Deco Fountain is painted after a splendid 1920’s metalwork folding screen by Edgar Brandt. Iksel recreated a faux painted version which is very much in the spirit of the period where many artists became great metalworkers, not only for objects but also for the architectural ornamentation which characterises the Art Décor period in Paris and New-York.
On top of these new delicious designs, new heights are available for the 43 decors. They now come in five different standard heights: 225 cm, 255 cm, 285 cm, 300 cm and 325 cm for even more customised scenic wallpapers.
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Credit: Iksel – Mehmet & Dimonah Iksel