Second-Look® Recycled Wallcovering, the only closed-loop recycling program for post-consumer wallcovering, has recycled 6.5 million pounds or 3,250 tons of material since starting in 2007. The program is on a roll, recycling the weight of about 2,000 Honda Accords.
LSI Wallcovering was part of two ads by the Wallcoverings Association in Interior Design's Spring Market Tabloid and the NeoCon Show Daily. The ads feature companies that have certified to the NSF 342 Sustainability Standard for Wallcovering.
Versa's Skylines and Zambra serve to layer colors and textures in a dramatic highrise apartment in Hong Kong. Today's Living China visited the space and chatted with the designer about his inspirations.
The luxurious five-star Hotel Sofitel Warsaw Victoria made a statement in its corridors with City Blocks by Versa Wallcovering. The landmark hotel in the heart of Poland’s capital brought the geometry of the city’s skyline to the wall with these 5” x10” combed rectangular blocks that project the handcrafted yet industrial look of scored metal or cement.
LSI Wallcovering, manufacturer of the Versa and WorldWide Wallcovering brands, celebrates its 60th anniversary this year. Founded in 1955 as a wood veneer company, LSI began producing vinyl wallcovering in the 1960s. Today, LSI is one of the world's largest wallcovering manufacturers, marketing over 2,000 wallcovering products in more than 60 countries.
Phil Tarullo, CEO of LSI Wallcovering, talks to Southern Indiana Business Source Magazine about the company, international growth and sustainability developments that have kept the manufacturer at the forefront of the wallcovering industry.
LSI Wallcovering, manufacturers of Versa Wallcovering, Second-Look Recycled Wallcovering, WorldWide Wallcovering and other major brands, recently hosted the National Guild of Professional Paperhangers. More than 50 NGPP attendees toured LSI's New Albany, Indiana manufacturing facility that supplies the company's worldwide markets. NGPP, the U.S. Trade association for wallcovering and wallpaper installers, got a first-hand look at how commercial wallcovering is made and heard from a panel of experts who addressed such issues as sustainability, quality control and product performance.