Designer Max Humphrey’s New Rental-Friendly Chasing Paper Wallpaper Line Truly Has Something for Everyone

published Jan 21, 2022
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Designer Max Humphrey has officially put his signature “modern Americana” mark on a new medium: wallpaper.

The Portland, Oregon-based interiors expert just partnered with Chasing Paper on a line of peel-and-stick prints — and the eleven recently-launched patterns really run the style gamut in the best ways possible. When creating the collection, Humphrey drew influences from both his New England upbringing and current Pacific Northwest home base, which inspired a combo of classic prints and natural motifs. That means you’ll find everything from vintage-look ginghams in multiple colorways to modern forest scenes and pretty horseshoe illustrations. My personal favorite? A quirky jean jacket-infused pattern that reads “Stay Gold” on the back.

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There’s an underlying nod to nostalgia that runs throughout the entire collaboration, which makes the wallpaper come off as, well, just plain fun. Add that to the unique assortment of designs, and it genuinely feels like there’s a print perfect for any (yes, any!) decor style or space. “You might look at the collection and ask yourself if these wallpapers are supposed to be used in a kid’s room or a grown-up’s room?” Humphrey, a self-proclaimed Chasing Paper “super-fan,” adds in a press release about the collaboration. “Or at a summer camp or in a formal dining room in the city? And the answer is yes!”

Wherever you plan to put ’em, the Max Humphrey x Chasing Paper wall coverings feature both temporary or traditional offerings in a handful of hues. The former is available in three different sizes starting at $40 per panel, while the latter includes two size options that start at $90 a panel. The launch also includes peel-and-stick tiled flooring options — Marble or Hexagon in black or teal — priced at $50 per 2 x 4 foot panel or per 8-pack of 12 x 12 inch tiles.