Already, it’s possible to celebrate one’s love for anything and everything to do with concrete with this Brutalist-focused wall art. Now, there’s a new way to spruce up one’s home with concrete-focused decorations. Washingtonian reports that British company Murals Wallpaper has created a wallpaper featuring the ceilings of one of the Metro stations.
Unfortunately, Harry Weese-enthusiasts will have to cough up a lot of dough to get their hands on this wallpaper. The cost starts at $35 per square meter, or $312 for a 12-foot-by-8-foot-wall.
Other city-focused wallpaper designs include images of London high-rises and the Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Sebastian in Rio de Janeiro.
If still in search for concrete furniture, there’s always this Le Corbusier-designed lamp and this lamp that Curbed couldn’t help but share with the world.
• You Can Make Your Walls Look Like a Metro Station’s Ceiling [Washingtonian]
• The 15 Brutalist Buildings Every D.C. Resident Should Know [Curbed DC]
• D.C.’s Brutalist architecture, mapped and turned into wall art [Curbed DC]