Designed by Studio Hausen, ZNAK modular wallpaper allows the user to tear off sections of the design in order to create a custom and unique pattern. With simple shapes perforated into the wallpaper, the user can tear off as much or as little as they want, exposing the surface underneath. This innovative wallpaper is perfect […]
There are so many TV shows about crime, murder and serial killers, so it seems fitting enough that someone had to make interior wall murals for, well, people who like blood. Specifically, lots and lots of blood stains and spatters — low-maintenance enough to put on and remove easily without a whole lot of scrubbing […]
If you really want to make a statement with your interior design, add a touch of urban flair to a room with Piet Boon’s Concrete Wallpaper. Printed on heavy-duty paper in super high resolution, this wall paper is sure to give any space a unique look. There are many different styles and colors to choose from, but regardless of what you pick, you’re sure to have an interesting room.
Wallpaper is back! And I used a ton of it in my new Rock Series of paintings. In all of my work, I try to explore the juxtaposition of something innocent meeting something more subversive because to me it’s an exploration of growing up, and the human experience. In this series, I used kids wallpaper to showcase a history of Hard Rock, while maintaining my own visual style and sensibility.
Who said that wallpaper was doomed to the confines of the interiors? Wall & Decò have developed what they call the OUT (Outdoor Unconventional Texture), so you can now wallpaper even the exteriors of buildings. Why this took so long for anyone to realise, we’ll never know. Would we like our buildings well-dressed? Yeah okay, thank you.
Being an interior designer, I’ve always had a passion for design and spaces so I decided to start my own design venture concentrating on things that I really love. On the site are the collections of wallpapers that I have done to date, but I am always looking to do more creative works by collaborating with other designers and creatives to produce something other than standard wallpaper.
My love of otherworldly woodland spaces and wallpaper have at last been realised in the creation entitled Carpathes by Minakani walls, the creation of Cécile Figuette and Frédéric Bonnin. The muddy jewel tones and dark foreboding make me want to wallpaper every crevice in this beautiful print. Their creative skills do not stop there, satisfying a need for birds, clouds and lightening bolts. Now all I need is a leather club chair, a roaring fire and a copy of The Raven to make the dream complete.
Feathers, bubbles, fishes, raindrops: Laura Williams’ dreamy organic designs reveal a passion for sumptuous pattern that creates a wonderful underwater feel. Her work would make for dazzling wallpaper or fabric choices in public spaces – restaurants, clubs, hotels. Or even for one’s home. Hmm, now that I think of it, I believe I need to re-upholster my sofa.
We’re digging these eco-friendly, self-adhesive pattern tiles from Blik and Threadless. With no PVCs or phthalates, the environmentalist in you will love them. I love that the tiles can be cut, combined and arranged in any number of ways. There are five designs to choose from. My favorite is Trees.
Swedish design firm Fine Little Day has created a line of wallpaper based on drawings by their 8-year-old son, Otto. They’ve got themselves some good design genes there.
Australian body artist Emma Hack creates the ultimate disappearance trick with her Wallpaper Collections Series. In this series Hack painted female models to blend in with Florence Broadhurst’s iconic wallpaper. All of the poses and props used in the images match the design and mood of the wallpaper.
These RGB wallpapers by Carnovsky, which debuted at Milan Design Week, consist of three separate patterns printed over each other. By shining red, green, or blue light on them, you can isolate and hide the different images.
It takes guts to be simple. Overcrowding, overworking and over-thinking are far easier. London-based artist and illustrator James Joyce shows how good color choice, clever concepts, and a keen eye for type can get you work with big clients, such as Wallpaper, Nike and Penguin Books, to name a few.
I am in love with the new Fornasetti collection of wallpapers from Cole and Son. If you’re into Damask patterns, oddities, and a hint of the early surrealists, this wallpaper has your name written all over it. Cole and Son has been around since the 1800s and has become one of the oldest and most […]