Tasteful & Restrained design
Ancient Japanese craftsmen were celebrated for their one-of-a-kind process and distinctive aesthetic. Their woodblock prints have become a widely recognized as an iconic form of Japanese art. Along with paintings, prints produced from the 17th century through the 19th century. Woodblock printing was popularized in mainstream Japan during the EDO period, an era denoting 1603 through 1868.
In the late 19th century, Japanese aesthetics and craftsmanship overtook Paris, inspiring a movement that would radically transform Europe’s visual culture. The Japanese patterns tradition quickly became one of France’s most enduring aesthetic movements. For more than 40 years, it inspired the furthest reaches of the design world. It also morphed into other aesthetic movements in the late 19th and early 20th centuries: Art Nouveau and Art Deco, Modernism and many more, upto this current day.
These trends in design are often erroneously thought to have been entirely creations of the West but in reality impossible without previous exposure to Japanese art and design. “They have taught us,” the jeweler Lucien Falize once said of the Japanese EDO period design, “the poetry of this world.”
Commercial, hospitality or residential environments, EDO Decor panels perfectly fit the needs of most designers and architects. But if you can't find what you are looking for in our collections then you can also contact our bespoke design department to create something unique to your project at email@example.com
EDO panels construction standards
MDF is a kind of engineered wood, which is made by fusing decomposed softwood or hardwood fibers with resin binder and wax under heat and pressure to make panels. Wood boards with this structure are generally denser and stronger than other types of manufactured wood (such as plywood and particleboard).
Easy installation with "Z" clip
There are many types of good mounting hardware available for mounting our wall panels
Shown below is one recommended systems provider - in this video using "Z" clip hardware
We recommend that clients discuss their specific installation issues with a professional installer. EDO panels are NOT designed for DIY solutions. We do not sell nor provide any installation hardware.
Kumiko is a traditional Japanese technique, made of many wooden bars crossed and laid to form various designs and expressions. No nails or metal pieces are used, and the wooden parts are put together by adjusting grooves and angles. The EDO Kumiko collection of wooden panels is a modern homage, inspired by this traditional method of pattern construction - but now with the help of modern technology.
The EDO Japandi / Mid Century collection reflects the recent -Japandi trend, . This new look takes the Mid Century Modern flair of Scandinavian design and combines it with the timeless elegance of a Japanese aesthetic to create a new style fusion that brings together the best of both worlds. The resulting cleanliness and minimalism is a timeless look that blends so well with other types of home decor.
Art Deco is truly timeless & positive in its meaning.
As a style of visual arts, architecture and design it first appeared in France just before World War I. Art Deco influenced the design of buildings, furniture, everyday objects that age. It combined modern styles with fine craftsmanship and rich materials.
Art Deco represented luxury, glamour, exuberance, and faith in social and technological progress. Art Deco is comforting as it demonstrates confidence in a better future.
The EDO Neo Art Deco collection gives a historical nod to this age of spirit, progress and brightness. While acknowledging the deep influences of traditional Japanese art forms on the origins of the movement.
EDO for furniture faces