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Wild Wallpaper Patterns

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Journey to lands beyond with wall-coverings inspired by the art of exploration.

Wild Wallpaper Patterns

Wood Lot
From afar, Brent Comber’s Alder pattern resembles golden bubbles of champagne. Upon closer inspection, the commercial-grade vinyl print reveals sections of richly grained Alder wood logs. Count their rings to approximate their age. $15/sq ft, rollout.ca

Wild Wallpaper Patterns

Cool Cosmos
Designer Eva Germani depicts the Milky Way’s mysterious wonders. Golden constellations pop against the Wall & Deco print’s mottled indigo background. Install it in your bedroom to snooze among the stars. $20/sq ft, at Radform

Urban Jungle
Christian Lacroix’s digital print illustrates flora from various climes alongside architectural landmarks like Paris’s Parc de Bagatelle gates. The non-woven mural spans 3.6 metres. $2870, at MacFab

Wild Wallpaper Patterns

Rockin’ Roll
A dream for crystal fans whose gem collections have outgrown their caves, Flavor Paper’s purple print depicts amethyst from Arizona’s Saguaro National Park shot by photographer Boone Speed. Available mid-summer, call for pricing at Are & Be

Originally published in Issue 3, 2017 as Stuff: Wallpaper Goes Wild.

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