Glamor and Art Deco in New Wallpapers Commemorating the Chrysler Building

New Art Deco Wallpaper Inspired by the Chrysler Building

The Murals Wallpaper firm has just launched a series of wallpapers inspired by the mythical Chrysler Building in commemoration of the skyscraper’s 90th anniversary next May.

On May 27, 1930, after only two years of construction, the famous Chrysler skyscraper in New York was completed, designed by the architect William Van Alen; the tallest building for 11 months, at 319 meters high, until the Empire State Building was erected.

Chrysler Building

This date leaves us less than two months away for its 90th anniversary and for this reason, the Murals Wallpaper firm has paid tribute to the building, inspired by its iconic Art Deco design, with two new wallpapers of the same cut.

These wallpaper patterns feature stylish sunburst patterns, triangular geometric shapes, stacked arches, and this style’s classic combination of curved lines and sharp angles. Motifs all of them seen in the building, in areas such as the elevator, the corridor and in its unmistakable steel crown.

These motifs have been stamped in a modern color palette with strong digital graphic art, celebrating the originality and elegance of the building.

Each wallpaper is available in three colors:

Design one, dome of the Chrysler Building

In navy blue with white print:

Art Deco wallpaper inspired by the Chrysler Building

In greyish green with white print:

Art Deco wallpaper inspired by the Chrysler Building

In pale pink with gold and white print:

Art Deco wallpaper inspired by the Chrysler Building

Design Two, Art Deco Geometric Shapes of the Chrysler Building

In navy blue with white print:

Art Deco wallpaper inspired by the Chrysler Building

In greyish green with white print:

Art Deco wallpaper inspired by the Chrysler Building

In pale pink with gold and white print:

Art Deco wallpaper inspired by the Chrysler Building

Elegant wallpapers of Art Deco inspiration and cut, a style that, a century later, has resurfaced with great force.

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