Sources: Wallcoverings

1. Echoing arabesque motifs, Astek’s Tatted Lace wallcovering adds a dynamic focal point. Available in two matte vinyl colorways and a copper polish mylar.

2. Damask gets a modern upgrade in Stacy Garcia’s Rutherford line for York Contract Wallcovering. The linen-like texture, and coordinating hues gives each of the nine colorways an antiqued quality, while the elongated repeating pattern makes a contemporary statement.

3. Bold, large-scale quatrefoil lattices meet vivid colorways in the Morocco collection by Moz. Can be finished in polycoat matte, polycoat gloss, tuffcoat, or exterior.

4. Camden Passage is part of the London Chic collection by Wolf-Gordon. Produced in 12 muted colorways, it features multi-sized rings blending together across the surface.

5. The subtle texture of Lizard by Innovations takes standard monochromatic wallpapers up a notch. The cotton knit-backed pvc wallcovering comes in four earthy tones.

6. By mixing richness with pearlescent finishes, MDC’s Verona Collection introduces a range of 14 patterns in a variety of colors, textures, and finishes, including glass beads and flocked velvet.

7. Made of authentic handwoven abaca laminated atop paper ground, and printed with matte and metallic inks, the Abaca Shadows collection, by Phillip Jefferies, gives interiors an Art Deco feel. Available in seven colorways.