SmithHonig adds Summer House Toile to wallpaper collection

Home decor company SmithHonig, the brainchild of designer and color expert Kellie Smith and visual artist Melanie Honig, has added another original design to its adhesive wallpaper line. 

With more open space and a painterly, sketch-like feel, Summer House Toile, the newest wallpaper design from SmithHonig, is more chinoiserie than classic toile. The pattern features gazebos, pagodas, bridges, meandering streams and lush flora and fauna.

“Summer House is a departure from our other patterns by design,” Honig said. “We intended to create a pattern that is a little more based in tradition, but still has painterly quality. Those slight imperfections, like the slant on the pagoda, shows the hand of it being created. Lines are not architecturally perfect. And I like that.”

The wallpaper is self-adhesive and available in two colorways: blue and coral/sage. Blue is classic, fresh, and versatile while Smith sees the coral/sage combo trending and adores sage’s undefinable combination of blue, gray and green. Each roll of SmithHonig wallpaper is 25 inches wide by 18 feet long.

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SmithHonig wallpaper is designed and made in the USA, ready to ship, wipeable, self-adhesive and vegan. To purchase, designers can visit for pricing pricing. It’s available to consumers for $125 a roll.

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