Posts Tagged ‘Wallcoverings’

Wallpaper Birds

If you can’t commit to her gorgeous wallpaper – artist Claire Coles is selling these wonderful brooches made by intricately embroidering vintage wallpaper, leather and felt together. I would feel so proud to have one of these works of art on my lapel! Read more…

Imitating Art

Oh what beautiful art for your walls! Some of these look like details from modern Renaissance paintings. Ultimate decal company Domestic have added to their one strip collection with contributions from Parisian illustrator Florence Manlik. Described as ‘Fleeting captures from a lost Symbolist unfolding on parcels of nothingness’, these are more than just wall stickers. […] Read more…

Inspired walls

The things that inspire wallpaper designs never fail to amaze me – and interior design consultancy Turner Pocock Cazalet prove just that. With cricket bats and tennis rackets and ambling polar bears as just a few of the inspirations for their collection, they’re making me want to try my hand at pattern hunting. What object […] Read more…

Studio Ditte

Original and quirky ribbons and porcelain wallpaper from Dutch company Studio Ditte. I love the multitude of patterns in the ribbon paper… Read more…

Sanderson Style

This project is so exciting! This February, Sanderson a British fabrics and wallcoverings institution celebrates their 150th anniversary! The Sanderson company were the first to produce a coordinated collection of mass-produced wallpapers and fabrics in Britain. For 150 years the brand has been at the vanguard of every significant movement in European decorative arts, from […] Read more…

Bisazza Mosaico

The word ‘Mosaic’ in interiors really conjours up the worst possible images of garishly coloured, painfully cheery works of ‘art’ in the home. The art of Mosaics seemed to have been lost in translation, from the exquisite originals of history and foreign lands, to something quite different that you may find on a bad makeover […] Read more…

A Day With… Deborah Bowness

Deborah Bowness is one of the pioneers of hand-printed wallpaper. Trained in Leeds, and later in London at The Royal College of Art, Bowness has been designing and hand-printing wallpaper for over 8 years. Her unique style has adorned stylish spaces such as the New York Soho House and Phillip Stark’s Yoo-Aldelgade in Copenhagen. Her […] Read more…

Floral Ferver

I was going to save this till tomorrow but I literally couldn’t wait! Last night I discovered one of the most amazing new textile artists at the Handmade in Britain show at Chelsea Town Hall [more on the show tomorrow]. These gems come from the lovely Fiona Douglas and her watercolour inspired floral prints, translated […] Read more…

Early Bird

Good morning! How cute is this birdy wallpaper by Famille Summerville? Owlies galore! Today I am taking over from Vanessa as she is in the midst of re-location chaos [she will be back next week]! Instead I will be taking you around of of my favourite cities in Europe, the charming Zurich. We also have […] Read more…

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