Wallpaper We'd Frame

Wallpaper We'd Frame

Sarah Coffey
Feb 4, 2008

If you're excited about the wallpaper trend, but you're a renter or you just can't commit to papering an entire wall, you can still jump on the bandwagon by framing a sheet. We'd frame pretty much anything by Nama Rococo (shown above). They make it easy for you by offering single sheets of their hand-screened wallpaper for sale. Click below for other options...

Top: To browse single sheets at Nama Rococo, click here. Their hand-painted patterns are designed to be works of art in themselves, so they're very different than traditional patterns.

David Hicks' designs are modern classics, and this one has the added bonus of gold foil. The David Hicks Hexagon pattern is $148 per roll at Verde. If you can't buy a single sheet to frame, use the extra wallpaper to line the back of a bookcase or cut it up into small squares that you frame and hang in clusters.

This Pleasure Dome Wallpaper ($150 - $200 per roll at Flavor Paper) looks like Op Art from the 1960s.

We love Orla Kiely's signature Stem Print, $88 per roll at Anthropologie. A shot of this would help wake up a drab room. We can see a tall, narrow strip mounted to wood backing and hung in a hall.

Umbra's Huddle Wallpaper is $39 per roll, and a cluster of framed pieces would make a funny, self-referential statement.

This is just our subjective list of some patterns we like. Round it out by adding your suggestions in the comments below.

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