NLXL RHU-01 Layers Wallpaper by Richard Hutton


Founded in 2010, NLXL Wallpapers have no repeat - this is what makes NLXL wallpapers unique. 

In 2010 Curator Suzanne Oxenaar asked Richard Hutten to design a temporary hotel room in the Lloyd Love hotel in Tokyo.

For this room Hutten came up with the Layers concept: the whole room was covered in tape. Each element in the room, including the furniture up to the telephone, was covered in layers of tape. Later a copy of this room became part of the permanent collections of two museums: The Moti Museum in Breda, The Netherlands, and the Vancouver Art Gallery in Canada.

For NLXL Richard  Hutton translated the concept into a wallpaper, clearly leaving the concept of the tape. On of the ‘tapes’ has a multiple choice question on it, asking for interaction with the user


  • Dimensions 19" x 394" (53 SQFT) 48,7 x 1000 cm (4,9m2)
  • heavy-duty wallpaper with paper top-layer and non-woven backing
  • colourfast and washable with a soft cloth
  • no wallpapering table necessary, glue is applied to wall