Prints with Pop
Still searching for the perfect pattern? We’re obsessing over the fresh-off-the-press wallpapers from these up-and-coming designers.
Published Mar 27, 2017 2:00 PM
A go-to source for quality peel-and-stick wallpaper,chasing paper
stocks colorful patterns for renters, DIYers, and commitment-phobes. Founder Elizabeth Rees has a knack for collaborating with bright design stars, like Rebecca Atwood and Molly Hatch.
Gio Wallpaper by Molly Hatch for Chasing Paper chasingpaper.com
Kellie Menendez and Ondrea Vicklund met in art school and founded their wallpaper venture, Half Full, in 2015. Handmade to order, their designs reimagine flora and fauna as sophisticated repeats in a palette of rich blues, crimsons, golds, and greens.
Black Robin Deep Bloom Wallpaper domino.com/spring17
George Venson started by hand-painting birds, beasts, and figures on the walls of clients before launching
his own brand. Voutsa now prints a myriad of opulent, psychedelic, and color-saturated designs for those wanting to transform their home into a wonderland of wall-to-wall art.
Baldasnakes Wallpaper voutsa.com
Nashville natives Kelly Diehl and Elizabeth Williams teamed up last year to launch their line of op art wallpapers. Some of their standout projects to date: designing a screen-printed series of multicolored hands and applying brass over a papered wall for a luxe finish that’s anything but old hat.
Five Hands Wallpaper newhatprojects.com
Vadis Turner’s #vadiesproject newhatprojects.com