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Not everyone was cheered by Benjamin Moore’s 2016 color of the year: the decidedly undramatic Simply White OC-117. And even Schumacher’s fiery Chiang Mai Dragon wallpaper leaves some people unmoved. For those who want more amplitude from their two-dimensional surfaces, 3-D wall coverings are literally shaping up as the answer. No silly glasses required.
Options are multiplying, from glass-beaded paper to sculpted-metal and wood panels, making mere textures like grass cloth seem tame. “You can do wallpaper and murals, but nothing is like the touch and texture of 3-D,” said Chicago designer Janet Shiff.
In the past, you had to be either a pharaoh selecting reliefs for his tomb walls or the patron of an architect like Frank Lloyd Wright, who designed nearly every surface in a home, to enjoy creatively textured walls. Even recently, such treatments had to be commissioned at painful expense through a professional.
For example, one Manhattanite recently paid $10,000 to have an interior designer install a one-of-a-kind panel that evokes the work of sculptor Louise Nevelson in a foyer. But similarly geometric aggregations of wood by Texas company Peter Glassford can be purchased in a variety of finishes for $30 a square foot. Though you’ll need a pro to put up such panels, you can buy them directly.
Dimensional walls can warm up a room that feels too austere and untouchable, said Chicago designer Tom Segal. In a formal dining room furnished with a mix of art deco and modern furniture, Mr. Segal added hirsute homeyness, covering inset panels with Kyle Bunting’s paper-backed strips of silvery hair-on cowhide, pictured below.
Science fiction has long been obsessed with the idea of alien life forms and how they may appear.
Over the years we have seen little green men, bug-eyed monsters and predatory killers take to the silver and smaller screens to represent our idea of life from outer space.
But scientific fact may hold the key to a more realistic depiction of creatures and plants which have adapted to meet the harsh challenges of alien worlds.