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The dedicated design department of SURTECO DECOR is continually developing new decors to suit the market and harmonize with new trends. The range spans timeless classics and modern designs through to individual and exclusive decorative designs. SURTECO DECOR produces high-quality decors perfectly matched with each other – from the surface to the edging, on the floor and on the wall.

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THE LATEST TREND DECORS

Cara Idun

The willow-wood decor “Cara Idun” shows large-scale, impressive flowers that form an expressive work of art in concert with delicate knots. The intense yet charismatic attributes are constrained by light planking. The unique play on colour radiates a wild elegance. The decor harmonizes with single colours and faux-unis, but eschews combinations with characterful textures. In Nordic mythology, Idun is the goddess of immortality, she is the keeper of the golden apples which impart eternal youth to the gods.

MillArt

The name is a neologism thematising its significance: “to mill” & “art”. The art of milling describes the process for crafting a wide range of different surfaces and it is increasingly gaining new significance and respect. MillArt is printed as a topping on wood, stone, concrete or single-colour decors. It generates a three-dimensional milled appearance on the individual underlying decor, transforming an established decor into an individual version. The fine lines can be applied to generate a haptic and visual Profile.

Eiche Bonatti

Eiche Bonatti is an imposing surface decor. Impressive flowers, partially outlined, are softened by subtle grainy patterning. The play on colour, a patina overprint and the intriguing knots, slightly fractured – these features highlight the typical character of oak. The movement between tension and natural authenticity allow the narrow planking to emulate a unique one-off special. Surfaces shrouded in Eiche Bonatti are transformed into a choreographed dramatisation, spaces exude the rustic charm of a cosy Alpine chalet. 

Gilot

Gilot is an all-over version made up of ornaments from the decor DoraMaar. This “layering” allows wood and stone decors to be reinterpreted: Rustic woods exude a romantic aura, cool stones demonstrate a playful countenance. The image shows Gilot on the decorative texture Kiruna. The floral pattern conjures up a special effect on the underlying decor in Opaque White or Metallic. Gilot – decor on decor – is on the pulse of time, ideal for the “Co” generation: co-living, co-working, co-sharing. 

Pyramus

The Pyamus decor has been “knitted” from the wood of the mulberry tree. The design generates a harmonious atmosphere of balance in a homogeneous laying pattern made of fine, narrow rods. The naturally lively wood marquetry provides a beautiful depth effect. The decor thrives on warm colours which accentuate its special visual impact: Avocado Green, Cream, Caramel, Honey or Rosé. Pyramus is a figure from Ovid’s metamorphoses: “…In utter despair, Pyramus and Thisbe arrange to meet at night under a mulberry tree to that they can leave Babylon for ever…”

Toro

Toro is an aristocratic leather look which can be used as a single-colour decor, as a haptic cylinder and as a release paper. If the decor is applied as a topping on decor textures, the surface aspires to reach the senses. This fine, full-grained pattern is associated with soft, comfortable shoes, the opulent equipment in an expensive sports car and not least luxurious leather bags. Toro can adopt a playful approach to classic and modern criteria, and it effortlessly masters the balancing act between adventure and homely comfort. The namesake for this leather texture is Guillermo del Toro Gómez.

Noce Tibero

This flamboyant walnut decor named after Monte Tibero on the Isle of Capri features striking, fulsome flowers, softly coloured inclusions and clear pores. The uniform distribution of these characteristics gives the design an impression of softness and suppleness. The many fine details tell the story of a clement but often changeable climate in the Gulf of Naples. The metallic effect emphasises the velvety brushed look and its impression of depth. Furniture surfaces refined with this walnut decor radiate a contemporary ambience and demonstrate the potential of a classic.

Alegre

Inspired by Portuguese ceramic tiles, the powerful name Alegre arose – light-hearted, happy, fun-loving. Its origins are in the Moorish caliphates and kingdoms which dominated the development of the Iberian Peninsula from the 8th century. The decor has been developed especially for stone textures which are reinterpreted by overprinting with its geometrical “dancing figures”. The design itself forms a classical and subdued pattern. It can therefore be envisaged for a number of combination options.

Aquino

This decor is presented in the layering look. Its special feature is provided by the ethnic elements which almost act along the lines of branding. Aquino is an overprinting cylinder and this means it can lend a new countenance to different woods, single-colour designs, and stone or concrete textures. This effect generates decorative and artisan accents in any ambience. Society is defined by a cultural mix, and the impression created by this design awakens empathetic yearning for faraway countries. Aquino creates an impression akin to bringing back a souvenir from an exciting journey abroad.

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"ONE IN MOTION"

 

Themes, opinions, messages. These concepts create trends today. With the energy and speed of a new media world. With an unprecedentedm transparency and availability. We regard this as an opportunity. Because motion is born of change. And those who want to move things on have to be one. We are ONE. Together with you, we develop new products from inspirations which touch people.

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"WE CURRENTLY KEEP THE LATEST CULTURAL AND DESIGN TRENDS UNDER CONTINUAL OBSERVATION. WE COMBINE THESE WITH OUR EXPERIENCE AND WITH OUR OWN IDEAS TO CREATE NEW DECORS AND DEFINE OUR TREND STATEMENT”

Heike Schlosser, Head of Design, SURTECO DECOR