Diatomaceous earth is a deposit (a sedimentary rock) consisting of fossil diatom shells, a kind of algae.
In Japan, it is commonly used for painted walls as a material.
This is a classic Japanese-style wallpaper, and has a characteristic that enhances the humidity control effect. Diatomaceous earth goes well with various materials such as natural stones, rice husks and pulp chips.
The sense of mud also increases in design, and creates a texture of earthen walls.
We use natural stones such as marble, silica stones and vermiculite. The vermiculite is very unique among them.
When the stones are crushed and fired, they wind and swell.
This is called a vermiculate because it looks like a leech.
It is light and soft and has effects such as humidity control and sound absorption. It is very popular in Europe and America.
Marble and silica stones are mainly used for plaster wallpaper.
This is a typical natural plant material.
All materials are collected for recycling, crushed, cleaned, sorted and used as wallpaper cover materials.
They produce a clam space with the unique unevenness and softness of the plants.
Pulp chip is mainly made of virgin pulp fiber and calcium carbonate. It is processed into a grain with a high-speed rotary mixer and reborn as wallpaper aggregate.
It is very versatile and is used in various products. It is also suitable for embossing because of its high workability. The texture of the pulp creates a soft atmosphere.
A high-grade wallpaper using glass beads.
You can enjoy various looks depending on how the light shines and where you look.
Wallpapers with patterns printed on the ground are also popular because of their transparency.
Please create a space like no other with the sparkle of glass beads.