Graham & Brown's Origami Wallpaper.
Origami Paper Lamps by Gold Leaf Design Group.
The Origami Table Lamp by Holly Hunt.
Calligaris's Apotema rug.
Zoffany's Crease fabric (on chair).
The Clint Table for Alma Design.

Must-Haves: In the Fold

Geometry meets art in cutting-edge creations for the home, inspired by the ancient craft of origami

Origami Wallpaper  Though it’s completely flat, Graham & Brown’s digitally printed Origami Wallpaper creates a sculptural, 3-D effect, whether applied on an accent wall or throughout an entire room. $75 per roll.

Origami Paper Lamps  Gold Leaf Design Group’s Origami Paper Lamps fill interiors with glowing light and prismatic forms. They range from 13.5 to 20 inches tall. A 7W LED chandelier bulb is recommended; wall arms and floor stands are available. $75;

Origami Table Lamp  Designed by François Champsaur for Holly Hunt, the Origami Table Lamp makes an angular statement in a study or living space.
It’s 14 inches high and comes in Lacquered Steel, Raw Brushed Copper and Raw Brushed Brass. To the trade;

Apotema rug  With a name that translates to “apothem” in Italian, the Apotema rug reflects mathematical precision with its cascade of interlocking triangles made from alternating cotton and chenille yarns. It was designed by Michele Menescardi for Calligaris in two striking palettes: warm yellows and cool blues. $1,035.

Clint table  Mario Mazzer’s modern Clint table for Alma Design marries a thick slab of wood with an angular steel base, bent and molded like a piece of origami. Available in multiple finishes and measuring from 55-inches-square to 78-by-39 inches in size. $3,400.

Crease  Zoffany’s Crease fabric evokes folds of origami by juxtaposing matte and shiny yarns. This subtle texture plays up four dreamy colorways, including Taupe. Available to the trade through or in DC at