I am crazy for this fun abstract equine wallpaper. Stampede Wallpaper from Milton & King Rising dust and the pulse of hoof beats create drama and commotion in this energetic impression of herding wild horses. A muster of movement, this incredible horse wallpaper exudes a natural liveliness and spontaneity. Wildly racing in multidirectional trails, mustangs.. read more →

I am crushing on House of Hackney these days. I have long been a fan but recently I have been dying to use this wallpaper. If you’re looking to make an interiors statement, then the ‘Artemis’ wallpaper in bold amaranth-pink promises to do just that. Inspired by Diana Vreeland’s famous Garden in Hell room, this.. read more →

I forgot to publish this yesterday…anywho… I am a bit obsessed… As seen in Domino Magazine, The Simone Mural is a chinoiserie inspired wallpaper painted by artist Paul Ferney for his four year old daughter Simone. This digitally printed wallpaper is a limited run edition by Midnight House. The 9 panel high-quality wallpaper continuously repeats.. read more →

  A client found this fab paper designed by 2 Charlotte designers.   Parrish Delapp has a new fan.  I am CRAZY about this fun Foo La La in Ebony and Cerise available in printed paper or grasscloth. I hope to use it in an upcoming project… Daily Desires: (email subscribers open in a browser.. read more →

Wallpaper Wednesday is back with a fab find.  This fun wallpaper by Ever Atelier is a dreamy sweet treat. How cute would this be in a child’s room or bath. I can see it in a walk in pantry too.  Candy Warhol – Confit, colorful, and original. This unique ‘toile du jouy-ish’ pattern is made with.. read more →

I am doing my post so late it is moving right to Wallpaper Wednesday. I am CRAZY about this recent new introduction from Cowtan & Tout. Villa Wallpaper is a dramatic beauty that is classic and modern at the same time. I have just the client who needs this printed grasscloth in their entry!  Daily.. read more →

I have serious wanderlust on this Wallpaper Wednesday. Arjumand’s World is the perfection to cure what ails me. Arjumand’s traveling starts in Agra, north of India. Its in Agra where Arjumand redescoveres and imagines the first creative idea: the Imperial collection, printed on fabrics and wallpapers. The decorative motifs inspired by the Moghol and Ottoman.. read more →