Japanese Paper-Making Meets Scandinavian Simplicity in Glamora’s Komorebi Collection

Japanese Paper-Making Meets Scandinavian Simplicity in Glamora’s Komorebi Collection

Inspired by archetypal nature imagery like sun breaking through clouds, or slants of light on a white-washed wall, Komorebi offers beautifully pacifying imagery on an extraordinarily tactile surface.

inspiration images of sun shining through trees
Komorebi wallpaper with circular and rectangular shapes intersecting in palette of beiges

GlamPure is an organic wallcovering made from plant-based textiles

The term Komorebi specifically references “sunlight filtering through trees,” and this collection of biophilic designs on an eco-conscious surface evokes the spirit of natural landscapes, or as Glamora puts it, “a vision of tranquility and energy which brings a new dimension to the space.”

Komorebi wallpaper design that looks like a white birch tree with view of ocean outside
Komorebi design in off white with reedy plants shedding leaves in spare, modern room

Winner of both the Archiproducts and German Design awards, GlamPure is an organic textile, a non-woven fabric made of European linen and viscose. The Komorebi collection juxtaposes abstract forms with foliage atop the surface, layering textures one atop the other for a three-dimensional effect with tactile appeal.

Komorebi design with drooping water plants behind bed

GlamPure is compostable and eco-compatible. The fibrous surface offers low thermal and acoustic conductivity, adding to the sense of solitude and stillness conveyed by the aesthetic.

Abstract wallcovering with brownish/gray asynchronous lines on neutral backdrop with partial view of palm trees outside

Read more at Glamora. And visit 3rings to explore other innovations in natural textiles.

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