York Wallcoverings is pleased to announce their most recent collaboration with modern mix masters DwellStudio.
Smart, playful and au courant, this sophisticated medley of animal, vegetable, and mineral print offerings are much more than wallpaper; they personify the effortless flair of individual style.


Pattern Esher is at play in the field of physics; alive with dimensionality. This is mad science at its stylish finest. Balanced by subtle monochromatic tonality, it creates the look of a texture; or is it a geometric pattern? What do you see, besides beauty?



Sophisticated and sublimely unique, Otomi-inspired folk pattern Oaxaca is reimagined in lofty silhouette. Created in our exclusive Sculpted Surface process, which mimics the look of an artisanal hand painting, it honors tradition by its reinvention for modern spaces.


Medici Marble

The architecture of classical design is inspired by the cool sophistication inherent in marble. Pattern Medici Marble incorporates the elevated status of this iconic sculptural cornerstone and redefines it as contemporary lux in unexpected color combined with matte metallic.



With a train of tail feathers draped across colorfully blooming branches, this bold flock of hens and peacocks acts as an anchor to a saturated ground of marvelously fresh color. Pattern Plume does what great design should; reinvent and reinterpret fearlessly.

DwellStudio design is an unexpected blend of style and personality which represents the modern signature of a life well lived. Find them at retailers across the country. www.yorkwall.com

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Oscars 2017

A vast array of color and pattern trend was on beautiful display at The Academy Awards 2017 last night. Emerging trends included folk prints, fringe, geometrics, butterflies and damask done in luscious colors from lavender to gold metallic. Here are some of our favorites for pattern of the year!


Glamorous Geometrics: Pattern Mesmerize from Candice Olson is a perfect match to the structural elegance of Priyanka Chopra in Ralph and Russo.


Classic Damask: Pattern Paradise shimmers in liquid metallic gold, much like Emma Sone in Haute Couture Givenchy, combining textural mesh and damask with trending fringe accents.


Boudoir Beautiful: Pattern Geometric Trellis and Charlize Theron in Dior Haute Couture contrasts burnished bronze with sultry black for simple sophistication.


Fresh and Lovely: Pattern Jeweled Monarch and Kelly Ripa in Carolina Herrera, welcome spring in a beautiful botanical on blue.

All celebrity images courtesy of the English Room www.theenglishroom.biz

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YWC color of the year 2016: Metallic Gold

York has chosen gold, the new star of interiors, as our color of the year. The balancing touch of brilliant shine which began as an accessory obsession has grown to incorporate subtle finishes and updated past incarnations to become home décor’s newest neutral.

Combine gold with everything, transitioning from trend through traditional in warming finishes of brushed gold, rose gold and translucent iridescent. Gold brings a soft welcoming edge to modern and an elegance to everything it touches, so this year why not go for the gold?

York Wallcoverings patterns top to bottom: “Light as a Feather” and “Charma”, “Haven”, “Modern Marble”. All other images found on Pinterest.

Simply White

Although “Simply White” has created a furor as this year’s choice from Benjamin Moore, partner it with gold and watch simple turn sophisticated. Still clean in its fundamental nature, use brushed finishes for warm casual and brass for new contemporary.

York Wallcoverings patterns top to bottom: “Luxury Paisley” and “Kaleidoscope”. All other images found on Pinterest.

Paradise Found

This year, ever elegant Farrow & Ball chooses “Paradise Found”; a silky, dusky hue whose matte-finish presence evokes images of misty moors and shadowed green glades. Enter glimmering gold and watch as ripples of shimmer dance across this shade’s deep pool of saturated sage.

York Wallcoverings patterns top to bottom: “Dotted Paisley” and “Oasis”, “Modern Marble”. All other images found on Pinterest.

Rose Quartz and Serenity

Leave it to Pantone to combine pink and blue in a mix whose partnership is anything but childlike.” Rose Quartz and “Serenity”, while both soothing and translucent, are blended for tones more subtle and interesting that either alone. Here, rose gold’s subtle yet coppery overture glows with the gentle blush of a candle, warming and soothing in complimentary counterpoint.

York Wallcoverings patterns top to bottom: “Tullerie” and “Great Expectations”. All other images found on Pinterest.


York Wallcoverings choice for 2015, Mink, the warm blending of taupe and grey, pairs perfectly with metallic gold. Every shade from rose to brass and iridescent sheer can keep up with the diversity of mink, paring easily with the most organically earthen browns to the sublimely complex velvety greys.

So partner gold’s luxurious depths with all the colors of the year for 2016. And remember, this year as every year, it all starts with the walls!

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