Bespoke Wallpaper from a Retro-Chic Brooklyn Design Studio
A look at the wallpapers and the Brooklyn studio (including a rooftop garden) of Flavor Paper, a hand-screened and digital wallpaper company.
The Brooklyn, New York, studio of Flavor Paper.
Flavor Paper resurrected and redesigned many original patterns, including Iris, a Van Gogh–inspired floral print on chrome Mylar.
Hand-screened wall coverings represent the heart of Flavor Paper, but the studio also dabbles in digital, using photographs and abstract artwork in forward-thinking motifs. Here, photographer Boone Speed repurposes his image into Soft Silence.
Another photograph of Boone Speed's photographs is transformed into the Fuzzy Forest wallpaper.
The firm’s Sakura paper, which lines the stairwell, inspired the blossoms of this neon sculpture crafted by Lite Brite Neon studio.
Jon Sherman selected cushy foam Quinze & Milan furniture for the roof deck because the designer’s pieces are “comfortable, modern, and fun.”
Goings-on on the ground-level workroom can be viewed from the street, allowing curious passersby to get a taste of the production process.
Lenny Kravitz’s design studio dreamed up the psychedelic florals in Feroz.
Frond developed out of a photograph Boone Speed took in Zihuatanejo, Mexico.
Flavor Paper collaborated with Sunbrella to print its patterns on outdoor fabrics.