This past Year, the Venice, California-based designer Mario Romano invented a new kind of wallpaper. Except that “#x201D & wallpaper; isn’t made from newspaper at all. It has volume and texture you can touch, and it may be carved in one, continuous design, because it’s made out of Corian, a solid surface material made by DuPont.  Romano’s tagline for his product? “Nature doesn’t repeat itself. Nor should your walls. ”

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Layout Mario Romano carves patterns and building-size murals into Corian with robotics. The results are similar to any wall coverings on the market.