Imagine a leisurely, long, balmy summer evening on a Hawaiian veranda, whiling away the time in a comfy wicker rocking chair. Why rush? You’re on holiday, after all. Lanai was inspired by this sentiment.
This enchanting wallpaper collection with an exotic twist was named after the Hawaiian word for veranda.

Each design was hand-crafted and inlaid or embroidered with rattan and raffia with the utmost care, after which this superb artisanal artistry was rendered in vinyl. Lanai comes to life on the wall in fresh, natural colour combinations.

Puna 81541 Moccasin
2,00 EUR
0,28 EUR per square meter
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Small pieces of rattan were carefully inlaid by hand into a playful, seemingly random pattern, after which a machine-made version of this artisanal artwork was produced. The alternation of straight and curved lines lends this design a natural look. Mauna is named after Mauna Kea, the highest mountain in Hawaii and a dormant volcano.

This design takes its name and inspiration from enchanting Kailua on the east side of Oahu, where palm trees reign supreme. For this wallpaper, swaying palms were inlaid using small pieces of rattan against a background of bark cloth, a fibrous cloth made from the bark of fig trees. This beautiful, realistic interpretation comes to life when transposed to the wall.

This cheerful design was inspired by the upbeat, relaxed atmosphere of Kona, the sunny district on Hawaii’s west coast. The playful, loose shapes were embroidered with raffia on linen before being transposed to the wall.

The island of Maui is a dream destination, with its lush waterfalls, rocky shores, sandy beaches and many palm trees inspiring this design, in which elegant palm leaves are embroidered on stylish linen using raffia. Our Maui wallpaper is a very realistic representation of this hand-crafted design.

This refreshing semi-plain is an interpretation of hand-woven banana leaves. It was named after the more remote Hawaiian district of Puna, which is dotted with banana trees.