On this page, you will find information about ✔️Artisan Approach, ✔️Tradition and Innovation, ✔️Design Philosophy, ✔️Color and Pattern, ✔️Color Psychology, ✔️Materials and Texture, ✔️Bird Design, ✔️Digital Integration, ✔️Aesthetic Harmony, ✔️The Art of Pattern Scaling and Matching, ✔️Sustainability and Personalization, ✔️Wallpaper Installation Techniques, ✔️Wallpaper Durability, ✔️Wallpaper's Impact on Space Dynamics, and the ✔️Commission Process.
Anisa, a skilled designer, masterfully combines traditional and digital methods to craft intricate designs that uplift and enhance moods. Her work balances trendiness with timelessness, spanning various materials and textures. She guides clients through the entire process, from initial consultation to delivering the final product, ensuring each design is tailored to their needs.
HARMONIZING TRADITION & INNOVATION IN COLOR, PATTERN, AND MATERIAL
APPROACH: She blends traditional motifs with her unique perspective in her design approach, skillfully combining traditional coloring methods and digital tools. Recognizing the importance of staying current with trends, She strongly emphasizes classic designs' enduring appeal. By balancing what's trendy and timeless, She ensures that her designs maintain a versatile and lasting appeal.
COLORS: Colors evoke emotions and set the mood of a room. Understanding color theory is crucial. For example, blues and greens are calming, whereas reds and oranges are energizing. Consider the psychology of color when selecting your palette.
PATTERNS AND SCALE: The scale of patterns impacts the perception of space. Larger patterns can make a room feel smaller, while smaller patterns give the illusion of more space. Patterns can be geometric, floral, abstract, or thematic, depending on current trends and classic styles.
MATERIAL AND TEXTURE: Wallpapers come in various materials, such as vinyl, fabric, paper, and textures like embossed or foil. The choice of material affects both the appearance and durability of the wallpaper. For instance, vinyl wallpapers are more durable and suitable for bathrooms and kitchens.
• ┈ ୨  Magnificent  Fresco  ୧ ┈ •
USE CASE: Transforming Traditional Illumination Art into Wallpaper Designs
INTEGRATION OF TEZHİP AND DECORATIVE WALLPAPER ELEMENTS
MAGNIFICENT FRESCO is a masterful synthesis of Tezhip, the traditional art of illumination using real gold, and classic wallpaper motifs, reimagined for contemporary interiors by a forward-thinking wallpaper company.
INNOVATIVE PRESENTATION: A MODERN ECHO OF THE PAST
Encased in a modern double-glass frame with transparent edges, the artwork is ingeniously designed to merge with the underlying wall, creating a visual continuation and synergy between art and space.
SYMBOLISM IN FLORA AND FAUNA
The piece presents an exquisite array of traditional motifs, focusing on elaborate floral designs and the graceful representation of pheasant birds. Symbolic of beauty and nobility, these birds are portrayed amid blooms that are reminiscent of roses or peonies, emblematic of divinity and perfection in classical art.
SOPHISTICATED COLOR SCHEME
A delicate balance of hues creates a harmonious and intricate visual narrative, from the regal purples and serene blues to the vibrant greens and warm, earthy oranges. This tightly-knit composition of colors and details fosters a sense of both unity and intricacy.
THE ELEGANCE OF RUMI CALLIGRAPHY
The black lines in the artwork are styled in the RUMI calligraphic tradition, adding a layer of depth and reverence associated with sacred texts and artistic expression in Islamic culture.
THE LUSTROUS ALLURE OF GOLD LEAF
The artwork's gold accents, crafted from genuine gold leaf, hearken back to the opulent illuminated manuscripts and textiles of yore, infusing the piece with a timeless quality that bridges past and present.
TEXTURAL DEPTH WITH PASSEPARTOUT
Employing Passepartout cartoon adds a textural dimension and enhances the artwork's perceived antiquity and authenticity.
A TRIBUTE TO CULTURAL LEGACY
MAGNIFICENT FRESCO is not merely decorative; it is a celebratory testament to the enduring legacy of the artistic motifs it embodies, designed to resonate with connoisseurs of heritage and artistry.
For an exploration of the golden artistry in Tezhip, CLICK.
• ┈ ୨   BIRDS DESIGN in PROCESS  ୧ ┈ • 
The focus was not on biological accuracy but on conveying beauty, elegance, and harmony through stylized and embellished forms. This illumination art style is renowned for its detailed patterns and vivid incorporation of gold, often depicting flora and fauna in a highly ornamental and non-realistic manner. In this context, birds are represented more as symbolic, decorative elements than true-to-life figures.
 One bird is portrayed with an elongated tail and posture reminiscent of a pheasant, celebrated for their long, colorful tails and striking presence.
 Another bird showcases broad tail feathers adorned with eye-like motifs, drawing inspiration from the majestic plumage of peacocks.
 A third bird reflects the characteristics of parrots or similar avian species, evident in its curved beak and its feathers' rich, vibrant hues.
FRAME
• ┈ ୨   DESIGN PHILOSOPHY  ୧ ┈ • 
Anisa's design philosophy combines S-shaped curves, circles, and interconnectivity, as showcased in the Magnificent Fresco Design, to symbolize fluidity, unity, and balance, with every object originating from a central point to enrich aesthetic values.
The fusion of S-shaped curves, circles, and interconnectedness is rooted in designs inspired by Magnificent Fresco Design.
S-Shaped Curves Principle: S-shaped curves, ranging from simple to intricately embellished designs, often represent fluid elements. These are intricately woven into borders and frameworks, merging with other motifs to craft complex and meaningful patterns.
Circular Motifs: Circles, symbolic of divinity and eternity, often encase sacred calligraphy or form the nucleus of geometric patterns. These circular elements symbolize the divine and everlasting, complementing other shapes such as S-curves and enhancing unity and thematic richness.
Interconnectivity of Design Elements: The seamless interconnection among the various components of the design manifests a sense of unity and balance. This interwoven nature underscores the importance of equilibrium, harmony, and enriching spiritual and aesthetic dimensions within the artwork.
Seed-Originated Patterns: Each pattern begins from a distinct point or 'seed,' illustrating its detailed and symbolic essence. Focusing on a central origin, this approach spotlights balance, harmony, and the enrichment of spiritual and aesthetic values, particularly in manuscript art.
 • ┈ ୨   DIGITAL PROCESS  ୧ ┈ •
This wallpaper design process is inspired by archaic tradition, reflecting intricate geometric patterns, birds, and floral motifs. The overall effect is luxurious, sophisticated, and culturally rich, making it a suitable addition to your artistic wallpaper portfolio. Below is the making process, including sketches, mood boards, or initial drafts to illustrate my creative process.
 • ┈ ୨   TRADITIONAL PROCESS  ୧ ┈ •
The Artful Fusion of Integrating Tradition with Digital Innovation
Uniting tradition and technology in art, Anisa enhances her palette of colors and brushes with digital innovation, embracing heritage and software without bias.
Balanced Wallpaper Designs with Aesthetic Harmony
In conclusion, Anisa Wallpaper Designs is a fusion of artistic digital innovation and cultural respect. Each wallpaper is more than a mere decorative element; it serves as a storytelling medium, blending the richness of traditional physical tools with modern digital techniques. Whether creating a Magnificent Fresco design or energizing a space, these designs cater to various moods and styles. With a focus on sustainability, personalization, and practicality, Anisa ensures that each wallpaper beautifies your space, respects environmental wholeness, and enhances the quality of your visual experience, allowing you to live your life with zest. Her designs contain neither deficiency nor excess; every detail is thoughtfully considered and created with perfect balance.
Wallpaper Design Work at Yasham Wallpaper HQ
During my specialized training in wallpaper design at Yasham Wallpaper HQ, a leader in the industry, I gained insights into a wide range of wallpaper products. This experience enhanced my skills in various wallpaper types, including hot emboss, blown vinyl, and paintables.
Designing wallpapers involves mastering various elements like AVA CAD/CAM software, understanding printing techniques and color theory, developing catalogs, creating diverse designs for specific rooms, keeping up with design trends, and ensuring quality control and innovation in printing techniques.
Here are the important aspects of designing wallpapers:
AVA (Applied Visual Arts) CAD/CAM Software: A key tool in the textile industry for creating fashion and home furnishings designs. Understanding color separations in the AVA program is essential for producing precise textile prints.
AVA Program Utilization: Emphasizing the importance of standard paper sizes, such as 53/64cm and 106/64cm.
Printing Techniques: Recognizing the necessity of using both PVC and water-based inks. With water-based inks, it's crucial to layer colors from light to dark for clarity, while PVC inks offer more flexibility in color layering due to their opacity.
Catalog Development: Industry practice includes reusing designs and altering colors for new catalog editions.
Wallpaper Design Varieties: Exploring a spectrum of styles, including abstract, damask, floral, geometric, modern (plain and textured), and striped, was an important part of the design process.
Room-Specific Designs: Tailoring wallpapers to enhance the aesthetics of bedrooms, dining rooms, corridors, and living rooms is a key focus to adapt the designs to their environment.
Understanding Design Trends: Staying abreast of current and future design trends is paramount, including historical patterns, their modern reinterpretations, and the cultural influences shaping wallpaper design.
Color Theory: Understanding color psychology and its impact on creating the desired ambiance in a room.
Popular Wallpaper Materials: Gaining knowledge about the predominance of non-woven wallpapers among various materials.
Inspiring Design Creation: Conducting historical research to understand the evolution of wallpaper patterns and drawing inspiration from global cultures, nature, and contemporary art. Techniques include creating mural-style wallpapers and large-scale prints, using mixed media, and hand-painting for bespoke designs.
Advanced Digital Design: Utilizing advanced digital design tools for crafting precise and intricate patterns.
Expertise Development: Focusing on color matching, palette creation for different lighting conditions, and designing wallpapers for acoustics.
Material and Technique Knowledge: Understanding paper weights, textures, fiber compositions, precision cutting, and matching techniques.
Quality Control: Emphasizing the importance of quality control in ensuring consistency and durability in wallpaper design.
Innovative Printing Techniques: Incorporating UV-curing and latex printing into development is important for the longevity of wallpaper prints.
Guide on Paper Styles, Pattern Matchings, Styles, and Repeats*
 • ┈ ୨   GUIDE: EXPLANATION  ୧ ┈ •
Shablon is a modern, durable PVC wallpaper with a shimmering waterbed glitter effect, while Gravur uses eco-friendly water-based inks and is less durable but aesthetically appealing. Pattern matching styles vary from the precise Straight Matching to the dynamic Half Drop Matching and the flexible Free Matching. Pattern styles include the unique Free Style, the staggered Halfdrop Style, and the consistent Repeat Free Style. Standard and Regular Repeats (8 cm and 10 cm) determine pattern frequency, and Standard Roll Widths (53/64 cm or 106/64 cm) are key for installation planning.​​​​​​​
PAPER STYLES 
Shablon: This is a modern style, utilizing PVC materials. It's notable for its waterbed glitter effect, giving walls a shimmering and textured appearance. PVC wallpapers like Shablon are durable, washable, and relatively easy to install, making them popular in both residential and commercial settings.
Gravur: This style uses water-based inks, leaning towards an eco-friendlier approach than PVC wallpapers. While Gravur may not be as durable as PVC, it's chosen for its aesthetic appeal and environmental benefits. It's a great choice for spaces where sustainability is a priority.
PATTERN MATCHINGS 
Straight Matching: This is a classic approach to wallpaper installation. The pattern aligns seamlessly across each strip, creating a continuous, unbroken design. It requires precision during installation to ensure alignment.
Half Drop Matching: This technique creates a dynamic and visually interesting pattern flow. The pattern on each strip is offset by half of its repeat on the next strip, resulting in a diagonal pattern sequence. It's more complex to install but offers a unique aesthetic.
Free Matching: Ideal for simpler patterns like dots and stripes, free matching doesn't require precise alignment, making it a more forgiving and flexible installation option.
PATTERN STYLE 
Free Style: This style presents non-repetitive, irregular patterns. It's often used in more artistic or eclectic decor settings, offering a unique and often whimsical appeal.
Halfdrop Style: Reflective of the half-drop matching technique, this style creates a staggered pattern arrangement, giving a sense of movement and depth.
Repeat Free Style: A continuous, uniform pattern without breaks or shifts. It's ideal for creating a consistent and coherent look.
REPEATS AND COMMON SIZES 
Standard Repeat (8 cm) and Regular Repeat (10 cm): These indicate the frequency at which the pattern repeats itself on the wallpaper. A smaller repeat size can make a room feel more intimate, while a larger repeat can be more striking and bold.
Standard Roll Widths (53/64 cm or 106/64 cm): The width of the wallpaper roll is crucial for planning and calculating the amount needed for a space. The 64 cm width is a common measurement, providing a good balance between coverage and manageability during installation.
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*Paper Styles: 1. Shablon (PVC, Waterbed Glitter), 2. Gravur (Water-based); Pattern Matchings: 1. Straight Matching (Pattern: → | ←), 2. Halfdrop Matching (Pattern: → |, | ←), 3. Free Matching (Dots and strips, any match);  Pattern Styles: 1. Free (⭐ | ⭐), 2. Halfdrop (⭐ |, | ⭐), 3. Repeat Free (||||); Repeats: Standard (8 cm △), Regular (Every 10 cm △△△△△), Common Sizes (53/64 cm, 106/64 cm, mostly 64 cm) 
Wallpaper Symbols Explained
Wallpaper symbols guide cleaning methods, light fastness, pasting techniques, removal process, and pattern alignment, helping choose suitable wallpapers based on their maintenance and aesthetic qualities.
Cleaning Wallpaper Symbols
1. Spongeable: Light cleaning with a dry sponge. Avoid high humidity and high-traffic areas due to low washability.
2. Washable: Clean with a lightly damp sponge, no chemicals. Not resistant to water damage or solvent-based stains.
3. Extra-Washable: Resilient to cleaning and moisture. Clean with a wet cloth and soapy water; avoid direct exposure to water.
4. Scrubbable: Scrub clean with a sponge, cloth, or soft brush. Avoid aggressive abrasives and strong chemicals.
5. Extra-Scrubbable: Easily cleaned from dirt and water-based stains. Immediate cleaning is required for oil and solvent-based stains.
Light Fastness Symbols
Indicates color retention under sunlight exposure. Choose based on the amount of natural light exposure to prevent fading.
Wallpaper Pasting Symbols
1. Paste-the-Paper: Traditional method; paste applied to the paper's back.
2. Paste-the-Wall: Quicker and easier; paste applied directly to the wall.
3. Ready-Pasted Wallpaper: Pre-pasted requires activation by dipping in water.
Wallpaper Removal Symbols
1. Strippable: Easily removed in dry strips.
2. Peelable: The top layer peels off, leaving backing paper behind.
3. Wet Removable: Requires soaking or stripping removal solution.
Wallpaper Pattern Match Symbols
1. Free Match: No alignment needed, less waste.
2. Straight Match: Horizontal alignment across strips.
3. Offset Match: The pattern's drop match offsets every second strip.
4. Reverse Alternate Lengths: Each strip is hung in reverse to prevent shading on plain wallpapers.
• ┈ ୨  COMMISSION  ୧ ┈ •
Anisa Wallpaper Designs skillfully merges tradition with modernity to craft unique creations. Each design is distinct, crafted with attention to the environment it will adorn, and tailored to resonate with the emotions of the residence. These designs transform any space into a beautiful and inviting haven. Anisa's creations embody beauty with a personal touch. She specializes in providing custom wallpaper design services. Her process involves an initial consultation, creating design drafts, and delivering the final product. If you require bespoke wallpaper design services, feel free to reach out. She will guide you through each step of my process, from the initial consultation to the final implementation.
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