NLXL is the pioneer of digital wallcoverings. Founded in 2010, NLXL is known for Scrapwood Wallpaper, brainchild of designer Piet Hein Eek and NLXL founders Rick Vintage & Esther Vlak.
The company collaborates with leading brands and designers such as Paris based concept store Merci, Piet Boon, Paola Navone, Bethan Gray, Nacho Carbonell, Piet Hein Eek, Neil Poulton, Richard Hutten, Studio Job and many others
After conquering the worlds' walls NLXL introduces NLXL Rugs, designed by by Mr. & Mrs. Vintage and a limited edition design by Paola Navone.
The first collection of rugs by Mr. & Mrs. Vintage for NLXL Rugs is inspired by ancient old fabric designs. Artisan designers would create a rectangular grid in order to assure that the pattern would match when repeated. This grid is visible on the rug, which results in a creative and slightly worn look.
NLXL and Paola Navone have been collaborating on NLXL Wallpaper for many years. Immediately after hearing about the new NLXL Rugs line of products Paola proposed to design a rug. The Fish is, besides Paola’s astronomical sign, the logo of her design company. This rug has an irregular shape.
These luxurious tufted rugs are available in Polymide and Wool.
Scrapwood Wallpaper and Archives Wallpaper by Studio Job have both won the Editor’s award at ICFF New York. The latter also received the prestigious ELLE Decoration International Design Award during Milano Design week 2015. The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum has added Scrapwood, Archives and Remixed Wallpaper to their permanent collection. Scrapwood Wallpaper and Archives were on display in the Museum of Architecture and Design in New York. The Archives Wallpaper by Studio Job was featured in all windows of Saks 5th Avenue for the Alexander McQueen fashion collection introduction, as well as the Paul Smith store windows on 5th Avenue. Project clients include Bloomingdales, W Hotels, Cartier, Ralph Lauren, Amazon, Google, Mercure Hotels and may others. NLXL products have been featured in the New York Times, Daily News, Architectural Digest, Wallpaper* Magazine, DesignBoom, Dezeen, Coolhunter and almost every other major interior publication.