Delabré effect becomes the protagonist of the most refined interiors, restoring character and a suggestive tone on the walls and beyond. Substituted for wallpapers or traditional painting, the delabré interior trend maintains a certain distance from vintage and bohemian styles, although inspired by them. In fact, it aims to exalt the lived aspect of things mainly. Textures play in an appropriate way to give light to solutions where an aged style becomes palpable and the careful choice of details becomes evident.
Signs of time
Delabré, which literally means decadent and in bad condition, is born to give personality to all the rooms of the house, creating bewitching atmospheres, peeling effects and unrepeatable contrasts. The exclusivity of this style lies in the innate imperfection and in the ability to transfer the feeling of a past time. Delabré effect: refined negligence.
I like delabré effect to give a particular touch to a wall, even in modern living rooms.
Nothing conventional and apparently random: the untidy result is obtained with a skilful blend of nuances and more or less sharp contrasts. Sometimes suitable patinas and veils appear that alter the original color, creating evident separations with the existing colors. This is precisely the effect conferred by the product with the name more guessed than ever, or ‘patina‘, proposed by the prestigious company Kerakoll. Patina is a special plaster with a delabré effect, able to create very natural imperfections, intended to furnish private and public environments.
Although suffering from the limitation of not being able to be applied in the walls of the shower cubicles, patina that belongs to the Warm Kerakoll line, has the great merit of making plays of soft shades like no other plaster. Patina manages to re-emerge pre-existing plasters, showing off the overall color attenuation. The delabré style is clearly intended to increase the beauty and habitability of country houses but also of contemporary apartments and commercial places.
The taste of delabré prefers furniture mainly in wood and metal, recovered items, restored pieces, refined fabrics but also the contrasts with more current styles, with a modern or industrial style. The effect of the delabré has the great merit of giving life to unique decorative motifs, and therefore incredibly artistic.
Prestigious aesthetic effects
Unlike what you might think, the delabré effect is not left to chance and requires sensitivity in the installation and advanced materials. The colors of the delabré tend to range from the bronzed colors to the vintage browns. These become indispensable in order to return that touch of necessary light to the entire room. The enhancement of the wall takes the place of a mere painting and in this light it detects the precious selection of 2k two-component glazes, proposed by Molteni Vernici. These high quality colors are designed to achieve aesthetic harmonies that can be adapted to any style and to perfectly reproduce the typical taste of delabré.
The products designed by Molteni Vernici, specifically the delabré glazes, ensure maximum versatility of use. Applicable also on metals and alloys, polymers, plastic materials, wood and MDF, the delabré colors give opacity, creating a very natural wax. Highly resistant to wear and simple to maintain, Molteni’s delabré range also lends itself to exquisitely beautifying the exterior. The decoration in the style of delabré does not know obstacles extending not jumping to the walls but also to the accessories, furniture, sideboards, doors, handles, doors, walls and facades and all that deserves an artistic and targeted negligence.