A transcendental love for the industrial appeal of concrete is easily exemplified with the Concrete Wallpaper. Designed by Norwegian photographer Tom Haga, each set of wallpaper is taken from high resolution photography, so that the pattern is never repeated.
Washable and UV resistant, Tom Haga’s wallpaper is available in more than just concrete patterns. Haga offers many patterns of concrete, but also has wallpaper of brick walls and bright-colored graffiti. Rolls are offered in widths of 2-feet or 4-feet and heights as high as 25 meters, which is about 82 feet. It can also be cut to size, if needed.
The Concrete Wallpaper would look great in homes, retail stores, offices and even hotels. I also like the brick pattern for a fun city apartment. What do you think about the Concrete Wallpaper? Which pattern is your favorite?