Transform your home or office space with a work of art from the Detroit Institute of Arts!
Inspired by a Japanese silk brocade robe from the 18th century, the Noh Theater Robe Wallpaper is sold per roll in a repeating pattern. Order as much as you need for your project. Each roll measures 48" x 124".
Stock: Made to Order
Lead Time: Approximately 2 Weeks
Rolls are pre-trimmed for butt seams
Ground: standard pre-pasted wallpaper
Water-based, chemical-free and odorless inks
Recycled and sustainably sourced raw materials (FSC certified).
Fire Rating: ASTM E84 Class A
Wallpapers add panache to a powder room, guestroom or study and make a stunning statement in your great room, kitchen, corporate or home office space. The Detroit Institute of Arts, along with the Detroit Wallpaper Company hope that this collection of wall coverings will make their way into your home, transforming your personal space into your own work of art!
THE DETROIT WALLPAPER CO. is inspired by the emergence of wallpaper as art. Driven by the belief that everyone has their own style and deserves their own inspired space. Dream Big.
The DIA's collection is among the top six in the United States, with about 66,000 works. The foundation was laid by William Valentiner, who was director from 1924 to 1945 and acquired many important works that established the framework of today's collections. Among his notable acquisitions are Mexican artist Diego Rivera's Detroit Industry fresco cycle, which Rivera considered his most successful work, and Vincent van Gogh's Self-Portrait, the first Van Gogh painting to enter a U.S. museum collection.
Your purchase directly supports the Detroit Institute of Arts, funding art programming within the museum and out in the community.