Scorrier design and print studio enters luxury wallpaper market


Bobbi Beck is a design studio founded by James Mellan Matulewicz and Jason Arrowsmith (Image: Bobbi Beck)

Cornish design and print studio is expanding into the interior market with new luxury wallpapers.

Bobbi Beck, based in Scorrier, Cornwall, decided to enter the bespoke interior market by collaborating with designers with the aim of becoming a central part of the industry.

The brand will work alongside interior specialists to go beyond the product and truly understand the ambiance of the room. Its business expertise includes hospitality, retail and office space.

Founded by James Mellan Matulewicz and Jason Arrowsmith, they bring together 15 years of experience in the modern interior design industry.

James said: “Our goal is to bring a new artistic direction to the world of luxury wallpaper, which is currently dominated by heritage brands that look alike and feel outdated. Our goal is to inspire design professionals with highly creative design concepts that will help them produce modern luxury interiors.

Inspired by organic shapes, Bobbi Beck will focus on producing a well-curated range of designs on today’s most popular themes, including plants, geometry, and subtle textures. From there, the studio will expand their design lineup based on market feedback and developing trends.

Jason said doing what’s right for the environment is important to the business, which is why all wallpapers come from FSC-certified origins, are PVC-free and recyclable, the inks used are non-toxic and based. water, all packaging is 100% recyclable while the company’s office also runs on 100% renewable energy.

He added: “From our experience in the market, we have learned a lot about what customers want, from the design offering to ordering and installation.

“No one else in the industry seems to deliver the perfect experience, so we’re doubling that down. We really strive to create a seamless shopping experience. “

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