Behind the Wall…paper

Lights. Camera. Wallpaper!

Personal style begins with fashion and effortlessly flows into the way we decorate our homes. Think of our bodies as a blank canvas; what we choose to wear is a reflection of our taste, current trends and overall mood right? The same idea works in unison with home decor; our walls become the blank canvas, allowing us another opportunity to display our personal style. With this concept in mind, York’s team of experts were able to bridge the current fashion trends with wallcovering patterns, and highlighted them in an advertisement photoshoot. With a few prop adjustments, some lighting modifications, and a zip of the dress, the merging of the fashion and wallpaper world began. Check out the five room-sets we created featuring some of our most jaw-dropping patterns.

 

This style reinvents and revives chinoiserie of the 1930’s with organic expression.

Pattern: “Plume” by DwellStudio

 

The timeless beauty of nature meets a trendsetting design innovation with mother of pearl. Emulating elements of the sea, this contemporary design by Candice Olson provides a raw and unexpected vision of modern organics.

Pattern: “Sublime” by the Candice Olson Natural Splendor collection

 

Native American and Southwest-inspired style continues to thrive. A theme that breathes authenticity as well as a handcrafted technique.

Pattern: “Wavelength” by the Carey Lind Menswear Collection

 

This shot was inspired by the soaring trend of exotic animal prints. Winter Cranes, by Dwell Studio, stays true to this menagerie movement in the fashion world, swiftly making its way into home decor.

Pattern: “Winter Cranes” by DwellStudio

 

Making an investment in the way we style our home is a big deal, and now more than ever we’re investing in creating our own personal art galleries using walls as the canvas. While we continue to keep up with trend and sophistication; individuality and self-expression never fails to shine through.

Pattern: “Burano” from our Risky Business II Collection

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2 Comments

    1. I agree that we should have more “home galleries”. There are lots of people who create their own artwork but really have nowhere to display them. Why not use your own living space as your personal art gallery? If you don’t display your artwork somewhere, it’ll just sit stored away and collect dust…

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