Tactile and textural, these wallcovering designs bring an extra dimension to your decor
Have you heard? Wallpaper and wallcoverings have become the new splurge-worthy purchase. So if you’re looking to make a statement, read on.
Though available in many shades, the lush botanical silhouette of Farrow & Ball’s Bamboo paper is best in metallic gold on pale pink, where it’s equal parts Japanese woodblock print and L.A. sunset. $305/roll, at Farrow & Ball.
Paris-based Maison Neva certainly doesn’t lack luxury. The Hirondelle pattern in its Haiku collection, handmade and print- ed on silk, conjures up a rich pastel dreamscape – a definite splurge. From $2760/roll, at NewWall.
If you dig year-round seaside vibes, consider Serena Dugan’s Bahia paper. Inspired by palm fronds, the grasscloth covering brings the beach home, but without screaming “tropical pattern.” Multiple colourways are avail- able. From $140/yard, at Y&Co.
For the Birds
From a distance, the terracotta- hued Kingdom grasscloth by Fayce looks like a riot of line work. But look closely and you’ll see all manner of flying fauna. $170/ yard, at Memo Showroom.
In lieu of a vivid palette, Candice Kaye and L.A.-based BonVivant Interiors’ collaboration – dubbed Bas Relief – doubles up on texture with a striking hand-painted design on a linen-like backing. From $526/panel, at candicekayedesign.com.