San Francisco, CA
Colette Clark, an artist and designer, developed a love of color and pattern early in her life. Growing up in a family of artists, she was inspired by the paintings and drawings of her father and grandmother. Yet Colette's studies began with music. She is a classically trained clarinetist and pianist. After graduation from Northwestern University, she began to concentrate on her visual art skills. She studied classical drawing techniques, costume design, and interior design. In 2005 she began working as an interior designer for a prominent San Francisco firm. This experience refined her design sensibilities and formed the beginning concepts for her unique wall coverings.
We're big fans of removable wallpaper — what better way to add fresh pattern to a room without committing to it forever? Although after seeing this line of wallpaper from Timothy Sue, we can't imagine not
wanting it hanging around for a lifetime. Colette Clark grew up inspired by the art of her father and grandmother - so when it came time to name her line of removable wallpaper she chose to honor them. And so Timothy Sue was born.
Designed and produced in San Francisco, Colette's beautiful designs are printed onto polyester fabric material with water-based latex ink. It's this water-based ink that gives the wallpaper an ethereal quality. The patterns are bold but the water color effect seems to calm them a bit, creating a perfect bridge between wild pattern and homey delight.
While we can't imagine wanting to remove this wallpaper after installing it, the fact that it's removable makes it a perfect option for renters.
Check it out: Timothy Sue Removable Wallpapers
(Images: Timothy Sue)
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