Within the 18th century, the pineapple was a uncommon, costly delicacy, a standing image of wealth and sometimes the centerpiece of a feast. Displaying or serving pineapple confirmed that friends have been honored. This symbolism continues at this time, and pineapples can typically be discovered carved as gateposts and staircase finials and included into picket furnishings.
With Pixers’ new assortment of wall murals, Pineapple Fever, this lovely fruit awakens recollections of a golden age in design, when vivid colours have been vital in each home and when eccentric motifs headlined each fashionable lounge.
With this assortment Pixers encourages us to bask in a playful pineapple decor. It additionally recollects the local weather of the 1960s, when such fruity, daring, lush patterns have been extremely modern.
We love the combos of colours (beige, shiny yellow, purple and child blue backgrounds) and patterns obtainable, in addition to the optimistic associations they generate. These whimsical murals recall to mind heat days of summer season, beams of solar and tropical landscapes. Furthermore, they’re an excellent match for contemporary, minimalist interiors, the place they will immediately add character. Images and data supplied through e-mail by Pixers.