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Certification: Green Guard Gold, Bio Pruf
Fire Rating: B, s1, d0
V.O.C Non-Emission: A+ label
Production Time: 4 working days
Installation: 1 working day
Wallpaper Glue: Potato Starch

Additional information

Design Options

Blue, Cream Black, Ochre Black, Orange, Pink, Warm Red Black, Wood Green Black


Linen: An elegant and chic finishing. Go for a sleek, elegant and stylish look with this silky-like cross-weave pattern which is sure to bring class to any home.

Grated: An understated plaster effect finish that adds a subtle and ages quality. Its gentle irregular grain makes it perfect for true colour and vibrant graphic images.

Fibre: Subtle, sophisticated, versatile. Beautifully subtle finish with the appeal of fine art. This finish goes well with graceful imagery as well as vibrant pictures.


Sarah Corynen is a Belgian designer and artist, initially educated in fashion design at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, and graduated in 1993. She has been employed in the fashion industry and related fields for many years. Gradually she started focusing more on the graphic and experimental side of her work and at the same time, she limited her fashion work to the knitwear medium.

In addition to the knitwear, she continued making drawings, graphic artworks and objects using different media such as black Indian ink, coloured markers, cardboard, acrylic colours, etc. In the past years, she has developed a body of work in which applied and autonomous art coexist. Sarah mainly finds inspiration in daily life situations, nature, animals… In all her work she tries to maintain a graphical language that is bold, simple, brute, witty, straightforward and with a touch of humour.

In February 2014 Sarah Corynen started her own creative studio and she showed her drawings for the first time at the textile shows Première Vision in Paris and Heimtextil in Frankfurt. Clients she worked with in the past are worldwide and produce fashion or home/interior products. Her goal for the near future is to develop this graphic style further and aesthetic in self-initiated or commissioned projects.