High-quality interior products for the international contract market

Vescom Facts




Deurne, The Netherlands


Milan, Barcelona, Warsaw, Stockholm, Madrid

Market Sector

Soft Furnishing

Annual Turnover

€84 million

Featured Product

Vinyl Wallcovering - Trinity

Company Profile

Established in 1971, Vescom stands for high-quality products for interiors around the world. An industry leader in technology, styling and service, distinctive designs and sustainable materials form the basis of Vescom collections.

Vescom produces wallcoverings, and upholstery and curtain fabrics for the contract market, mainly in the sectors of hospitality, healthcare, office and education.

In addition to the head office in Deurne, the Netherlands, Vescom has a worldwide network of sales offices and exclusive distributors. Production and manufacturing facilities are located in Europe and North America.

Key People


Philippe van Esch

Creative Director

Christiane Müller









Vescom articles


Vescom and you: next steps in innovation and customization

TRENDS – Quality products and quality service are the company’s start and end point in everything from design to development, production to supply.


Vescom: covering walls and trends around the world

MATERIALS – Arno Beurskens and Christiane Müller discuss how Vescom's worldwide presence facilitates open communication with customers on their design needs.

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Vescom design director Christiane Müller: on innovation and her process

AMSTERDAM – ‘Form and function go hand in hand,’ says Christiane Müller, as she explains the creative process which begins long before the embossing rollers roll.


Inside Vescom and its dedication to detail

DEURNE, the Netherlands – Frame visits the Vescom office for a behind-the-scenes tour of the production facility where the wallcoverings, upholstery and curtain fabrics are made.


Bisazza, Moduleo and Vescom devise extradimensional experiences for flooring and surfaces

SURFACES – In an attempt to add a third dimension to walls and floors, designers and brands work with geometric patterns and shiny finishes that play with depth perception.