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Collection Alaya Pattern

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More than 2000 years after its establishment, the historic Silk Road still appeals to the imagination. Along a network of roads, heavily laden caravans transported silk and other luxury goods between the Far East and the Western world. A journey that was full of adventure, especially when passing through the high mountains of the Himalayas.

Arte drew inspiration for its Alaya collection from this fabulous journey. This wallcovering will transport you back in time and take you on an adventurous journey along the Silk Road. Silk plays the leading role in the collection, alternating with impressive decors based on views of the Himalayas.

Katan SilkAn incredibly detailed impression of Katan Silk, a very light, luxurious type of silk. The minor irregularities that are typical of this fabric are also found here.

BanyanThis panoramic takes its name from the banyan tree, which is commonly found along the Silk Road. It lets you wander through a dreamy fantasy landscape, amid the hidden valleys and summits of the Himalayas. The fact that it has a look of pure silk truly makes the panoramic come to life.

SarandaIn this design, you will discover hills and trees under a soft cloudy sky. Drawn in a typical Asian style, it was named after the Saranda forest in India. A highly appropriate name, as Saranda literally means ‘seven hundred hills’.

ManaliA timeless representation of the traditional mountain villages of the Himalayas, where Buddhist prayer flags often flutter in the wind. The inhabitants of these inhospitable areas try to attract happiness and prosperity in this way. The design was named after the Himalayan village of Manali, where hundreds of flags set the scene.