From Paris to Greenwich:  The latest in luxury wall coverings

Nearly a third of designers surveyed by 1stDibs about 2024 design trends said they were keen on patterned wallpaper, whether for a single statement wall or an entire room, including ceiling.

It’s no surprise, given some of the truly stunning wallpapers emerging from wallcovering specialists and through their collaborations with interior designers, artists and others.

Here are just a few that have recently caught our eye:

Luxury home furnishings brand Holly Hunt debuted its Sabi collection of wallcoverings, textiles, leather and rugs at the Paris Déco Off in January. The collection was inspired by “things whose beauty comes with age” — from ancient dwellings to time-worn rock formations. The Emile wallcovering shown here has a subtle hint of sheen, evoking the look of hand-applied Venetian plaster.

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Holly Hunt Emile Limestone from Sabi collection
Holly Hunt Emile Limestone from Sabi collection

Pipe Dream, also part of Holly Hunt’s Sabi collection, is a two-panel mural available in a range of color schemes to create a dynamic backdrop in any room. It is shown here in Moss.

Holly Hunt  Pipe Dream Moss from Sabi collection

British luxury paint and wallpaper brand Little Greene recently opened its first U.S. storefront in Greenwich, Connecticut, and has launched its fourth collection of wallpapers with the National Trust, aptly titled the National Trust Papers IV collection. The new line features eight historic designs that have been adapted and recolored in 42 colorways for use in today’s homes. The Bamboo Floral design, shown here in Heat, is based on painted sections of Chinese wallpaper found at Kingston Lacy Estate in Dorset, England.

Little Green Bamboo Floral Heat National Trust IV collection

Little Greene’s Ditsy Block, shown here in Green Verditer, was inspired by a floral lattice design found at Felbrigg Hall in Norfolk, England. Its surface is printed to echo the original woodblock-printed technique.

Little Greene Ditsy Block GreenVerditer National Trust IV collection

Celebrity designer Breegan Jane has teamed up with design-focused British brand Clarke & Clarke for her first textile and wallpaper collection, which launched Feb. 1. (For more, check out Design News Now’s recent chat with the designer.) The Palmyra pattern is available in several colorways. It’s shown here in Palm.

C&C Breegan Jane Palmyra wallpaper Ibiza

Kisumu, available in four colorways, is a hand-drawn African toile depicting the baobab tree and wildlife. The new Clarke & Clarke x Breegan Jane wallcoverings are printed on sustainably sourced substrates certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. Both the wallcoverings and fabrics in the collection are available at Kravet showrooms.

C&C Breegan Jane Kisumu Ibiza
C&C Breegan Jane Kisumu Ibiza

Color Kind Studio’s latest collection was “created with the idea of the home being the space to refresh, connect, play, find inspiration and seek joy.” The group includes checks, chevrons and stripes, like the Feather Stripe shown here in Pink Sand.

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Color Kind Studio Feather Sripe Pink Sand wallpaper

Color Kind Studio founder Jill Elliott has added florals to her line, including an abstracted wildflower print and this larger-than-life pampas grass design.

Color Kind Studio Pampas Grass Green wallpaper
Color Kind Studio Pampas Grass Green wallpaper

Ceramicist Cody Hoyt brought his bold designs to a line for Calico Wallpaper launched late last year. The Botanica group, shown here in Inlaid, “imagines the home as a vessel, in all its angles and corners, inverting the form of Hoyt’s artworks and translating the layered compositions as a large-scale mural with scattered flowers.”

Calico Wallpaper Cody Hoyt Botanica Inlaid

York Wallcovering’s Artistic Abstracts collection, which debuted late last year, experiments with form, color and texture, like this Nikki Chu Modern Tribal design, shown in Almond Navy.

York Wallcoverings Nikki Chu Modern Tribal Almond Navy

The Diamond Marquise pattern, dramatic in Black, is part of York Wallcovering’s Candice Olson Casual Elegance line, which reinterprets classic styles to create contemporary and timeless designs.

York Wallcoverings Candice Olson Diamond Marquise
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