Handcrafted Wallpapers and Coverings
With an Andy Warhol self-portrait fetching a record $32.5 million this year, those looking for, shall we say, a bit less of an investment might consider these handcrafted wallcoverings, some of which mimic works by masters like Warhol (from Paper Mills) and Jackson Pollock (Ralph Lauren Home). And with Rothko’s No. 5/No. 22 otherwise occupied, hanging in New York’s MoMA, these selections promise to be available.
Baltimore Two Times from Paper Mills, $76/yard (studiofournyc.com).
Prunus from Fromental, $393/square yard (pictured, bottom left; fromental.co.uk).
Anniversary Collection Snowflake from Maya Romanoff* (mayaromanoff.com).
China Lack from Stark Wallcovering* (starkwallcovering.com).
En Plein Air from Porter Teleo* (dessinfournirshowroom.com).
Antique Toile by Walter Knabe* (pictured, top left; 212-319-7979).
Ascot from de Gournay, $547/three-foot panel (degournay.com).
Attendants from Katie Ridder, $137/roll (pictured, bottom right; harbingerla.com).
Flutter by Catherine Hammerton, $300/meter (catherinehammertonshop.com).
Golden Hill Feather from Schumacher* (pictured, top right; fschumacher.com).
Painters Studio from Ralph Lauren Home, $431/roll (ralphlaurenhome.com).
Madagascar from Island Collection by Eskayel, $16/square foot (studiofournyc.com). —Compiled by Marisa Marcantonio
*Available to the trade only.