Digital prints are big in fashion right now, and are about to be just as big in interiors. A good example is the work of designer Dominic Crinson, who makes wallpapers and tiles that are based on photographic material, but digitally manipulated to create patterns and motifs that look like something entirely new. They’re quite trippy and I wasn’t sure about them until I saw on Dominic’s blog this ace kitchen that one of his clients sent him. Using his ultra-bright tiles all over the worksurfaces has transformed what is essentially quite a plain and traditional space. It just goes to show that if you keep it simple but splash out one thing that’s very different, the results can be really striking.
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