Vidriera Cielo
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Vidriera Cielo

169.00 $ /roll

2.00 $/sample

CoordonnŽ’s Vidriera Cielo is a geometric inspired wallpaper in blue/navy tones. Kaleidoscopic deco shapes that give a colourful appearance to the palace’s windows.

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  • CollectionPalacio de Cristal
  • DesignerCoqui Ybarra
  • Roll size50x1000 cm
  • Repeat32.48
  • CertificationsEU Ecolabel, Bs1-d0, Class A Non-woven
  • Made inSpain
  • MatchStraight match
  • Removal methodEasy to remove

  • Fire resistance (BS1- D0)
    Fire resistance (BS1- D0)

  • Product sheet .pdf
  • LR Images .zip
  • Certifications .zip
  • Installation instructions .PDF
  • Technical sheet .PDF
  • Full repeat image .JPG

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  • CollectionPalacio de Cristal
  • DesignerCoqui Ybarra
  • Roll size50x1000 cm
  • Repeat32.48
  • CertificationsEU Ecolabel, Bs1-d0, Class A Non-woven
  • Made inSpain
  • MatchStraight match
  • Removal methodEasy to remove
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16.6 cm x 25 cm
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Behind the scenes

 

Between the windowpanes you can see hundreds of plants creeping upwards.

The morning light creeps into the iron enclosure, creating a subtle glimmer.

The care received by attentive hands makes the Palacio de Cristal the most revered greenhouse, where the hours pass by in a unique harmony.

Wildflowers,

Rare collector’s plants,

Wrought iron arches with tangled jasmines,

Modernist stained-glass windows with a palatial appearance.

Iron constructions from the 19th century that captivate Coqui Ybarra with their spectacular brush strokes. A time when extravagance was collected in colossal glass pavilions.