This is a hand-blocked print wallpaper that comes in a dozen different colors. The fresh grass green of this one would liven up any space.
I viewed Eskayel's lovely wallpapers and fabric at ICFF in NYC this past May. I had never seen anything quite like it. The wallpaper is derived from art created in pen and paint. These wall coverings with a watercolor vibe are the creative result, and I'm enamored with the quiet graphics on this one.
I'm so in love with anything hand-blocked, and this paisley wallpaper is no exception. It comes in four different colorways, but this navy one is my favorite.
Want to brighten up a dark room? This beautiful yellow and gold pattern looks relaxed and regal at the same time.
If you are looking for something unique for your home, then vintage wallpaper may be the answer. This hand-printed ikat wallpaper from the 1950s or 1960s looks current today. I love the pink and orange!
I recently attended an info session where these wall coverings were introduced. Everyone was smitten with this one — must be the stately birds.
This gorgeous turquoise paisley is from the Candice Olson collection. I can see this framed in panels and hung in a dining room.
If you are craving a little glam in your space, this wallpaper has a metallic background. The black on the parchment color is bold and chic.
Farrow & Ball papers are not inexpensive, but each roll is handmade to order. This lotus flower pattern is a modern take on a 100-year-old design. It is available in 30 colorways and two different pattern sizes. I'm loving it in this burnt orange color.
I don't think there is anyone that doesn't favor the Greek key pattern. I love it in this subtle colorway.
I would hang this broad stripe horizontally for a more modern look. It would look sophisticated in a girl's room.