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Bauhaus Style Photomurals

Bauhaus-style photomurals bring peace and relaxation into your home, the geometric shapes, such as straight lines or stripes, creating a unique look. The minimalist design emphasises the aesthetics of simplicity and transforms your own four walls into a work of art.

plural

Photomural on non-woven 300 x 280 cm
€175.30* €20.87*/m²

loop

Photomural on non-woven 200 x 280 cm
€131.20* €23.43*/m²

box

Photomural on non-woven 200 x 280 cm
€131.20* €23.43*/m²

spots

Photomural on non-woven 300 x 280 cm
€175.30* €20.87*/m²

form

Photomural on non-woven 200 x 280 cm
€131.20* €23.43*/m²
Bauhaus_Double

temple

Photomural on non-woven 300 x 280 cm
€175.30* €20.87*/m²

zenit

Photomural on non-woven 200 x 280 cm
€131.20* €23.43*/m²

delta

Photomural on non-woven 400 x 280 cm
€208.37* €18.60*/m²

still

Photomural on non-woven 300 x 280 cm
€175.30* €20.87*/m²

Modern and timeless

The Bauhaus look, famous for its contrasting shapes and colours, has been a popular interior style for years. Whether in the living room, office or hallway, the understated designs skilfully set the scene in any room.

level

Photomural on non-woven 400 x 280 cm
€208.37* €18.60*/m²

medium

Photomural on non-woven 100 x 280 cm
€65.05* €23.23*/m²
Bauhaus_Spruch

 

Bauhaus style photomurals

What once originated in a Weimar art school in 1919 as a new architectural concept has become one of the most influential trends in modern design and is still regarded today as a pioneer of minimalist modernism. Walter Gropius, architect and founder of the Bauhaus School, made it his mission to revive arts & crafts and to create a new style. In contrast to the opulent design of the 19th century, he longed for functionality, simplicity and linearity. Therefore, typical features of the Bauhaus style include clear, symmetrical shapes and the use of complementary colours and cool materials. In keeping with the motto "form follows function", the furniture, lamps and furnishings should be comfortable, affordable and practical.

Bauhaus colour palette

If you want to emulate the Bauhaus style, you can set the right tone with red, yellow, mint green, blue and black. Large-format graphic designs make a bold contrast to simple, minimalist furniture. While the textiles are colourful and daring, the rest of the interior is kept rather understated.

Bauhaus design materials

The Bauhaus style is recognisable, above all, by the materials used – steel, chrome, aluminium, cement and concrete are all typical elements of this style. The Cesca Chair, a practical and stylish cantilever chair comprising a tubular steel frame and woven rattan seat, is particularly well known and has made it into the "design classics" Hall of Fame, thereby proving the timeless nature of the Bauhaus style.

Bauhaus shapes

Bauhaus art is known for its cubic style. The buildings have a distinct cubic form whereby all sides are the same length and all corners are at a right angle. Inspired by the buildings from the 20th century, industrialised apartments that typify Bauhaus aesthetics and functionality are still being built today. Distinctive elements of such buildings include uniform repetition of the same shapes and the use of large-scale glass surfaces.

Bauhaus interior design

Homes decorated in the Bauhaus style may initially appear cool and reserved. However, the clever use of Bauhaus textiles and designer lamps can create a warm and pleasant atmosphere. Bauhaus-style murals are also warm and inviting. Komar's Bauhaus-style photomurals make the modern home really cosy without breaking away from this style.

Bauhaus-style murals

The geographical patterns, clear lines and shapes in Komar's Bauhaus-style murals are directly inspired by Bauhaus architecture. These minimalist designs on non-woven underscore the modern interior style, giving your surroundings artistic appeal. With a touch of skill and sensitivity, simple home accessories and popular design classics can complete this look.  

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