Wallpaper Wednesday is back with a fun new collection by Peg Norriss for F. Schumacher.

Their latest collaboration features the work of artist Liz Nielson

 Liz Nielsen’s Agave Stripe wallpaper features a stylized agave motif arranged in a lively, offset pattern within painterly, pebbled stripes. A design that bridges both modern and traditional aesthetics, this small-scale succulent stripe is a delightful way to enliven walls.

 Liz Nielsen’s lively Botanicals sprectrum-multicolored wallpaper is a creative interpretation of traditional botanical illustrations. Colorful, collage-like plant motifs are framed within loose outlines, giving this mid-scale pattern a stylized, up-to-date aesthetic that’s also reassuringly familiar.

Liz Nielsen’s Topiary wallpaper is a small-scale, graphic pattern that features a procession of collage-like botanical forms. With a unique simplicity and naïve charm, it’s a delightful way to enliven walls.

With its playful arrangement of quirky, angular potted plants, Liz Nielsen’s spectrum-multicolored Reaching Out is a stylized, small-scale wallpaper design rooted in traditional botanical motifs. Part of the Peg Norriss Collection, it is a wonderfully creative, contemporary take on a popular and familiar form.

 

I can’t wait to use these in projects soon!

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