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Stylish wallpaper prints use strong Mylar foil

Products | December 1, 2008 | By:

When Florence Broadhurst established her hand-printed wallpaper company in Sydney in 1959, it was one-of-a-kind in its output of vigorously modern designs intended to radically change design attitudes in her native Australia. Signature Prints has re-released a number of her styles, featuring a range of bold and dynamic designs, including this iconic Japanese Floral, which was one of Broadhurst’s signature designs on silver foil Mylar® (boPET polyester film). Originally developed by DuPont in the 1950s, Mylar was still a very new product when first used by Broadhurst, and retains that futuristic quality today. Mylar foil is recognized for its high tensile strength, electrical insulation and reflective properties, which, when combined with unique designs for wallpaper, offer an advantageous array of environmental add-ons in heat and energy preservation for the home environment.

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