Fresh, clean colors. Modern classic design. Define your style with Carey Lind designs
A fanciful depiction of a garden, this wallcovering flaunts oversized flowers and leaves in dream- like color combinations. Novel and whimsical, the design speaks to the young and adventurous when it comes to creative décor. There are seven multicolored selections including one that combines deep navy, yellow, teal, raspberry, olive, silver, and white. Use this design as a focus wall paired with Caning or Mesh Texture in compatible colors.
A fine mesh texture incorporating a metallic sheen, this lovely wallcovering looks like a delicate fabric woven with organic mineral threads. The reflective nature of the paper adds a pleasant glow to a room and the seven luminous colors are inspirational. Select dusted raspberry, silvered teal, or golden lime, or incorporate the brushed silver with Chunky Floral and Scallop.
An unusual stripe, this geometric is a handsome sophisticate with an obvious art deco influence. The medium-scale wallcovering features a primary pattern nine inches tall by five inches wide and composed of half inch ribbons beautifully woven in a simple knot design. Seven rich color combinations include the dramatic deep navy, silver sheen and ecru or the vivid teal, silvered aqua and white. Complement this paper with Mesh Texture or Caning in similar shades.
Grand in scale, vivacious in color and inspired by the Jacobean era. The stylized fruit, flowers, and foliage range from six to twelve inches in size and are strewn across a brush-stroked background. This rich and uncommon wallcovering would make a splendid focal wall in conjunction with Aztec or Ombre Stripe in mix and match hues.
Concentric diamond shapes form an interesting pattern on this wallcovering. There is an ethnic flavor and an ikat influence to the medium size diagonal design. The slightly mottled field and irregularly inked rhombus shapes suggest a Native American print. Among the five color choices are white, chambray blue, and silver or beige, pale grey, and teal. Use this charming paper along with Ombre Stripe or Mesh Texture.
A fabric look-alike, this versatile wallcovering is composed of dark stripes on light color…and light stripes on dark. The variegated sizes and shading create a vertical ombre look on a mottled woven background. It’s an interesting concept that creates a unique tonal appearance. Consider it with Jaco Floral for bold décor or with Aztec for a softer approach. There are five color ways including stone washed denim with deep sea blue or brushed pewter with medium taupe.
Oh, so pretty is this vintage design of overlapping shells. There’s a bit of a beachy feel to this wallcovering with the repeating scallop motif. Outlined with triple lines and punctuated with a row of metallic dots, this paper has a 1920’s theatrical flair that is great fun. Consider using in a bedroom and bath along with Chunky Floral and Mesh Texture. Select white, pale grey, butter yellow and silver or four additional possible palettes.
Bold scale and stylized, these chunky fantasy flowers are eight inches in size and delightful in design. Cartoonish in a charming way, this beguiling wallcovering is sure to brighten a room and prompt a smile. The five inspiring palettes include butter yellow, pale grey, and white or sea foam green, white, and lime. Ideal correlates are Scallop and Mesh Texture.
This heavily textured wallcovering is enjoying a welcome resurgence in popularity. The small octagonal design mimics the woven cane popular for seats of wooden chairs in past years and often replicated in metal or fabric for other decorating applications. This pattern is a timeless classic that can be incorporated with whimsical Sea Floral or quiet Mesh Texture in your choice of five appropriate palettes such as sprout green with chalk white or platinum with cream.
Relax and meditate in the serenity of an Asian garden. Commune with nature as you contemplate the life-sized peonies, melodic songbirds, and flitting butterflies. The peaceful Zen-like atmosphere of the wallcovering will turn bed and bath into a secluded private spa. Among the five color ways is a combination of rich cream, grey, amber, pale green, medium green, white and pearl. Suitable partners are Greek Key or Woven Damask Stripe.
This interpretation of the classic Greek key design brings a refreshing approach to the ever popular motif. The raised geometric pattern consists of two inch squares tipped on end and encasing the Greek key symbol. The diagonal lines, in contrasting colors, make a neat and orderly wallcovering and an appropriate companion to Teahouse Floral.
WOVEN DAMASK STRIPE
A damask stripe for the twenty first century! The random stripes, from half an inch to nearly five, are dressed in the most amazing color combinations and flecked with metallic dots and dashes for additional pizazz. The overlay of large medallions and scrolling flowering branches on this wallcovering reinforces the traditional design. There are five fresh color ways such as cream, taupe, aqua, ecru, and kiwi green, that mix and match beautifully with Teahouse Floral.
The sculpted ink on this wallcovering has a remarkable depth of pattern. In addition to the dimensional ink, the metallic field on which the design rests contributes a contrast to the scrolling leaves and thus the elegant simplicity of the design is enhanced. There are four lovely luminous palettes including silvered lilac with dusty lavender or aquamarine with ecru foam.