The sparkling highlight of the show was the “most valuable wallpaper”, a unique wallpaper that was intended as an homage to the exhibition center and the Cologne Cathedral Peaks abbildete-finished with 49 flawless, hand-cut gemstones from rock crystals. But Harald Glööckler Dieter Bohlen and wallpaper designs made for attention to the DTI stand.
Who is generally in a rather pompous means to the fits securely the striking collection of Mr. Glööckler (Marburg). However, I am surprised that in particular the golden pattern shown here is probably so popular. My taste it is not, but maybe swings since with the human desire to feel valuable and so affordable things to get luxuries like a golden wallpaper into the house.
Very nice, I found, however, by Mr. Glööckler this silver textured wallpaper. She looked a bit psychedelic, but a great choice to give in any case to a living room with a modern twist. I would never use such a striking wallpaper for a whole room, but take a wall or individual tracks and eg combine with light gray and white.
An entirely different, though not uniform handwriting, on the other hand carries the collection of Mr. Bohlen (P + S International). Ranging up to the more typical kitchen wallpaper he tries to serve all tastes to a broad target group of a very special wallpaper with toile patterns. For the music room on the other hand is a typical screed creation that bears his signature. As a fan you are so sure it up close and the collection name “it’s different” fits.