The outstanding blend of styles and cultures that make up Spanish artistic history has inspired Lorenzo Castillo's latest wallpaper collection for Gaston Y Daniela.

Called Hispania, the highlights of the collection come from the Spanish Golden Age, such as Vetusta design, emulating the tortoise shell combined with the shimmering gold, widely used on furniture during those times, and also the point de Hungrie design - Jano - coming from European silk velvets of that period.

The collection continues its journey through Oriental influences of the 18th Century, the reigns of Kings Charles III and Charles IV.

It concludes with 19th Century influences, such as basic stripes of the Empire-style tent, Fuencisla design, complemented with Baroque botanical motifs that are reminiscent of carved decorative elements used during the period of the Queen Regent of Spain.

An eyecatching feature are the geometrics, inspired in the 1960s and 70s with an outline of Turkish or Arabic origin. Contrasting colours are very contemporary, combined with gold and silver as in Xabi and Tio Juan designs.

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