FREZO DECORATION is an exclusive decorative brand with products inspired by post-war Polish art and design. In our offer you will find wallpapers that are adaptations of wall paintings from that period and contemporary designs of fabrics, ceramics and other interior elements stylistically referring to the 1950s and 1960s. We bring back forgotten, non-existent works based on preserved sketches and designs so that they can again enjoy the eyes of lovers and connoisseurs of good design.
FREZO wallpapers have been repeatedly appreciated and awarded, both for design and quality. Our products have received The Must Have 2017 quality mark awarded by the Łódź Design Festival as well as got to the finals of the prestigious Good Design competition organized by the Institute of Industrial Design in Warsaw and received the distinction of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage.
FREZO wallpapers are prepared with special care to preserve the painterly nature of the historic designs on the basis of which they were created. Thanks to this, original works from the second half of the 20th century, transferred to wallpapers, do not lose their artistic value. They give the impression of being painted, brush strokes are clearly visible, and in the case of sketches and graphics, even the shortest line.
FREZO fabrics are used as window, armchair, sofa, bed and table decorations. Perfect for sewing curtains, tablecloths, runners and pillows. Upholstery fabrics will give a new life to couches, armchairs and chairs. The offer includes natural cotton fabrics and polyester upholstery fabrics.
Cushions are an excellent way for a quickest interior makeover. Thanks to them each and every room wiil become snugger and cozier and our extraordinary design will make it look and feel exceptional and inimitable. FREZO cushions visually refer to our other brand products complementing one another.
FREZO posters are fragments of murals from the Polish People’s Republic era and modern designs stylistically referring to the 1950s and 1960s. We provide them in 2 sizes, on thick 200 g paper and we print them in superior quality.
On offer FREZO proposes unique, hand-made decorative ceramics. Inspired by the 1950s&60s interior design the collections constitute an ideal complement to our wall decorations. FREZO art potterry is customised, which guarantees that each fruit bowl, mixing bowl, vase or bottle is unimitable and unique.
Large format paintings are a perfect alternative to wallpapers and do the perfect job in smaller rooms in which a mural would be too dominant. They can also constitute a reference to a wallpaper or fabric as an element or feature in some other room. The paintings are prepared on top quality canvas strung on a wooden loom.
FREZO ceramic tiles refer to our wallpapers, fabrics and accessories. They can be used as wall decoration in the kitchen, bathroom or hallway. We prepare tiles, similarly to wallpapers, to order, as a complete decoration (mural) adapted to the size of the wall or as individual pieces from our range of designs.
We invite you to view and download our new catalogs in several language versions.
We wish you a healthy and peaceful Easter despite the somewhat surreal reality in which we all found ourselves, while deeply believing in the imminent improvement of the situation.
At the beginning of February, our wallpapers and other wall decorations could be admired during the 4 Design Days trade fair in Katowice, at the stand of “Mazagyn Wnętrz”, our distributor.
We were invited by Ewa Mierzejewska to participate in the second edition of the „Valuable because Polish” exhibition, which was held as part of Warsaw Home 2019. We presented there fabrics for the first time with our design, a new collection of ceramics designed by Kasia Olechnicka and of course wallpapers.
At the turn of January and February we took part in one of the largest interior design fairs in South America, ABIMAD, where, together with our Brazilian partner, Tapetah, we presented a joint collection of „Echoes” rugs.
On January 31, the evening dedicated to the work of Franciszek Michałek took place in the beautiful interiors of the Tapetah Gallery in Sao Paulo. We present a short report on this event, which was honored by the presence of the excellent director Andrzej Bukowiński, Honorary Consul of the Republic of Poland in Sao Paulo.