By Lindsay Silberman

Published on November 27, 2016

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There are a handful of motifs—like Fornasetti’s aptly-named “Woman With Finger on Lips” or Marimekko’s floral-printed fabrics—that have achieved ubiquity in the design world and beyond. These eight Etsy-sourced pieces are striking reinventions of the originals.

Palm Dot Com

Hesitant about fully committing to a palm-covered bedroom? This removable Banana Leaf Wallpaper—inspired by the Beverly Hills Hotel’s omnipresent Martinique print—offers instant (and temporary) gratification.

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Big Bang

Pop Art admirers and aspiring art collectors will appreciate this funky Roy Lichtenstein-esque design, hand-painted onto a French Louis XVI armchair.

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Finnish Florals

Sure, you could DIY an adorable Marimekko-style mason jar of your own, but for $10, why not leave it to a bonafide jar-designing expert? Taking cues from the celebrated Finnish design house, these floral hand-painted glasses make great vases, centerpieces, pencil holders and more.

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Bold Accent

These cotton pillow covers—a printed variation of traditional Mexican Otomi embroidery—promise to add the perfect punch of color to an otherwise neutral space.

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Fornasetti’s Royal Treatment

Lina Cavalieri—the Italian opera singer who served as Fornasetti’s muse—has a fresh new look thanks to Etsy artist Lory Palomi. Her intricate decoupage canvas features Cavalieri donning a bejeweled crown with baubles by Dior and Tiffany & Co.

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Beauty Sleep

Bright, feminine, and beachy, this microfleece and sateen duvet cover is nod to the pervasive preppy prints made famous by socialite-cum-designer Lilly Pulitzer.

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Animal Style

Avoid going animal print-overboard with this subtle watercolor version of Scalamandre’s whimsical zebras. Fun fact: the pattern was originally designed in 1945 for Gino Circiello’s, an Italian restaurant on Lexington Avenue in New York.

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Time for Toile

The widely-recognized textile—which dates back to the 18th Century—can be a bit overbearing in wallpaper form, but this subdued touch of toile achieves that elegant-yet-understated French country feel.