Graham & Brown Collaborates With Amy Butler and Kelly Hoppen

Graham & Brown Collaborates With Amy Butler and Kelly Hoppen

May 10, 2010
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Graham & Brown recently announced two new designer wallpaper collections from internationally established designers Amy Butler and Kelly Hoppen. Amy Butler's collection is colorful and whimsical, just what we'd expect from this creative artist. Her collection consists of 8 beautiful patterns in 6 color palettes printed on FSC-paper using non-toxic inks. Kelly Hoppen's contemporary wallpaper collection is inspired by natural textured surfaces, minerals and fabric weaving. Each design features its own texture and unique finish. Read more about these fantastic collaborations below the jump:

Amy Butler on her collection for Graham & Brown:

Wallpaper, for me, is something so perfectly suited to my own personal style, and something I've wanted to do for many years. I've always loved Graham & Brown's quality and expressive point of view. The idea that we could team up and create an ecologically sound paper is something I'm very proud of and extremely excited about.

Kelly Hoppen is equally excited about her collaboration with Graham & Brown:

I am thrilled to unveil my new wallpaper collection in collaboration with Graham & Brown which I have created using all my years of experience in designing with texture. Inspiration for the collection has come from natural linens and luxurious fabrics as well as my own experiences. (The inspiration for my vintage flock paper came from my visit to Buckingham Palace to receive my MBE from the Queen.) My collection makes it easy to add timeless elegance to your home.

Both collections willl launch at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (Stand #2140) in New York on May 15 – 18, and they'll be available for purchase online at


1. Passion Lily
2. Memento
3. Georgia
4. Field Poppies
5. Lacework

Bottom Row:

1. Hicks
2. Shagreen
3. Vintage Damask
4. Rose
5. Textured Stripe

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