Not just reserved for your grandmother’s formal living room of dusty pink, floral patterns are an excellent way to express your admiration for blooms. Best of all, when the frigid winter air has you wishing it was June, you can gaze upon your walls adorned with floral wallpaper and remember the bounty of summer all year long.
The 17th-century frescoes in the loggia of the rococo Villa Torrigiani near Lucca, Italy, ensured that flowers were on hand every day.
Everything about Flavor Paper is larger than life. The company’s origins are dramatic, its early years cataclysmic, its printed wallpaper—the result of dedicated craftsmanship and a mod (and sometimes post-mod) sensibility—dazzling.
The New England coastal scenes that Nantucket muralist Audrey Sterk paints by hand take months to complete. But thanks to digital printing technology, she can customize her work to suit your décor and deliver to your door in two weeks.
Want the blue of that marsh bird’s wing to match your drapes? Send Sterk a swatch. Want your mural to scale the full height of a two-story stairwell? Sterk will add more sky.