5 Favorites: Leafy Wallpaper Patterns by

Issue 59 · L'Amour · February 14, 2013

5 Favorites: Leafy Wallpaper Patterns

Issue 59 · L'Amour · February 14, 2013

Admired lately: leafy wallpaper patterns, which add a verdant feel to an interior (especially welcome during the long winter months). Here are five favorites:

Above: Marthe Armitage's papers, printed in fanciful patterns featuring flora and fauna and bucolic country scenes (including Oakleaf, shown above), are available from Hamilton Weston.

Above: UK artist Neisha Crosland's Cactus Paisley Wallpaper, which depicts a "prickly pear climber with leaves like sea horses," is available in a range of colorways.

Above: Swedish company Sandberg's Raphael wallpaper pattern was inspired by 17th century French tapestries. In the US, Sandberg wallpapers and fabrics are available through Stark in New York

Above: LA-based Estee Stanley papered a wall in Willow Boughs, a classic William Morris pattern, in her Hancock Park home.

Above: Leaf Wallpaper by NYC-based designer Katie Ridder.



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