Perhaps you've seen this hexagonal patterned wallpaper around. The first time I saw it was in a Jonathan Adler-designed powder room (which bore a striking resemblance to an original Hicks bathroom). It packs a graphic punch and makes a great first impression in an entryway. This entry has a distinctive eclectic style, with its Moroccan gold-leafed light fixture and Nelson Bench.
Here the same wallcovering works with more traditional furniture in a very different entryway.
The pattern has a strong presence in a narrow powder room. The scale and repeat work well in a range of room sizes.
The pattern appears calmer in this serene nursery, paired with plain blue paint, branch decals and a zebra print rug. As this baby grows up, the room will take on a more mature look due to the geometric wallpaper.
One of Hicks' most popular prints, La Fiorentina, has had a recent resurgence that shows no signs of waning. Its energetic geometry and scale works well in a range of styles and colors.
Here it is in tan and white on a large dining settee. The combination of this print with the more traditional and Asian-style pieces in the room is downright Hicksian.
La Fiorentina adds high drama to these long drapes.
It also brings pattern into this neutral dining room via the dining chair seat upholstery.