From hand drawn illustrations to shimmering metallic patterns, these wall coverings add a dose of drama to any space. Get to know a dozen of our favorite brands with eye-catching, sophisticated wall coverings.
Krane is a specialty design house creating hand printed wallpapers and textiles from artist Sharon Lee’s original artwork. Inspired by Korean folk art, Sharon blends traditional forms with her signature block-printed painting process. Krane wallpaper and textile designs are each born from an original painting.
Brenda Houston’s award-winning collections highlight nature’s beauty in furniture, accessories, lighting and wall coverings specializing in organic materials—stone, minerals, fossils and woods. The collections are sourced throughout the world though all are manufactured in the U.S.
After studying art history at the Louvre, Jennifer Shorto became a textile collector and passionate world traveler. Her colorful wall coverings and fabrics are inspired by the art world and are sure to make a statement in any space.
The Alpha Workshops is a unique non-profit organization that provides creative HIV-positive individuals with training and employment in the decorative arts. Its studios produce award-winning collections of products, including wallpaper, that are all handmade.
Elworthy Studio is an environmentally-conscious fabric and wallpaper company that highlights the unexpected beauty of urban decay. Founded by textile designer Kate Miller, all their products are designed in San Francisco and printed in the U.S.
In addition to her celebrated interiors, Brett Beldock, founder of Brett Design, has developed a sophisticated line of wallpaper as well as furnishings and rugs. Her pieces are often known for embracing color and using a variety of natural patterns and themes.
Based in L.A., Sharon Holmin Interiors offers a line of artisanal products including contemporary wallpapers as well as fabric, lighting, and accessories. Their newest wall coverings include grasscloths, corks, barks, and even glass-based wall coverings and shimmering metallics.
An artful collection of wall coverings, fabrics, and rugs, Sylvie & Mira is based on the original watercolors of designer Lisa Peck. Every pattern and colorway is created to surprise and delight. Named after Lisa’s daughters, Sylvie & Mira is available at showrooms around the U.S.
Known around the world for his interior design work, Martyn Lawrence Bullard is a member of the AD100 and is on Elle Décor’s A-List. He also creates his own line of furnishings, including vibrantly patterned wall coverings, fabrics, and tilework.
Kneedler|Fauchère wall coverings include more than 200 natural fiber textures in raffia, fine hemps, palm, abaca, ramie, grasscloth, linen, paperweaves, silk and hempcloth. For over 60 years, their iconic collections have reflected a mastery of nuanced, unexpected textures and colors.
London-based designer Juliet Travers draws all the designs for her namesake fabrics and wall coverings. Created in England, the wallpapers are all made using the gravure technique, a world-class printing method for achieving maximum detail and tone.
From hotels and restaurants around the world to residential accent walls and powder rooms, NewWall’s wall coverings are known for catching the eye and making a statement. From black and white illustrations to 3D prints, they cover the gamut of noteworthy, bold styles.
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