Wallcovering Is Suitable for High-traffic Corridors

Versa’s Chesapeake wallcovering brings to mind the light-dappled, rippling water of Chesapeake Bay.

Versa’s Chesapeake wallcovering brings to mind the light-dappled, rippling water of Chesapeake Bay.

Versa’s Chesapeake wallcovering brings to mind the light-dappled, rippling water of Chesapeake Bay. The proprietary embossing is a response to designers’ requests for horizontal textures, particularly for use in high-traffic corridors. Suitable for corporate, hospitality, retail and senior living, the flowing striations take on the look of fields, canyons and beaches in earth-inspired colorations—burled wood in grainy chocolates, tans, and grays and weathered metals in golds, silvers and coppers. With all-over detail and texture, Chesapeake is suited for covering walls with imperfections. Made of low-VOC, 20-ounce vinyl on Osnaburg backing, the Type II wallcovering is certified to the NSF 342 Sustainability Standard for Wallcovering.

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