Embrace Authentic Style with Patina Vie Wallpaper

The Patina Vie brand was conceived in a rustic cottage in Wisconsin four years ago. This studio is where founder, Sarah Willett, and team create and curate distinctive decor furnishings and accessories. Willett’s decor is inspired by historic reverence and with a casual approach to the authentic lifestyle. The hugely successful boutique of Patina Vie now comes to York Wallcoverings with the release of their first collection of wallpaper. Beautiful patterns effortlessly emerge as the understanding of  history and personal style align; Patina Vie is truly where history and style collide. Keep reading to view five of our favorite patterns from the collection.

Sarah Willet of Patina Vie

1. Designed with a respect for historical significance, Distressed Paisley Wallpaper blends heritage with personal style.

Featured pattern: Distressed Paisley

2. Washed in soft Bohemian style, Prisha Patchwork Wallpaper  is divinely unique and washes relaxation throughout.

Featured Pattern: Prisha Patchwork

3. A vintage pattern like Fatima Tiles Wallpaper embraces Moroccan mosaic charm and authenticity.

Featured Pattern: Fatima Tiles

4. Birds of a Feather Wallpaper is soft, yet delicate bringing beauty to life on the wall.

Featured Pattern: Birds of a Feather

5. Summer can stay forever with Shangri-la Fan Wallpaper. “Surround yourself with the warmth of summer, relaxed afternoons, and don’t forget to surround yourself with the things you really love”, says Sarah. We couldn’t agree more.

Featured Pattern: Shangri-la Fan

Truly an eclectic mix of what’s individual, what’s yesterday, and what’s next, explore the entire Patina Vie wallpaper collection here.

 

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Mods Rock!

The Mod youth culture movement of the mid sixties fueled a fashion revolution whose cultural and style impact is as strong today as ever.

London Calling: The Mod’s love of tailored suits and R&B music set the stage for the “British  Invasion” of the sixties which changed our culture forever.

Pattern “Femme Fatale”

 

The Who

 

Mod-ernism: Clean lines, bold color and abstraction are signatures of Mod stylings.

Pattern: “Piet” by Ashford Whites collection

 

Modrian’s iconic abstract inspired Yves St Laurent in 1966

 

Black & White a Go-Go: Stripes and Op Art geometrics then and now.

Edie Sedgwick

 

“Origami” pattern from York Wallcoverings Risky Business II Collection

 

Bold style and innovation are the first sign of cultural change. From suburban ranch to urban loft, open floor-plan to tiny house living, and cost cutting to custom; welcome to the new Modern.

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