The Best Wallpapers Made by Interior Designers

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Some designers really do seem to do it all. And there seems to be a cadre of creatives of late who not only fashion interiors but also design wallpapers. Whether the result helps streamline their own workflow or reach a broader consumer audience, their efforts are important to know about. “We love to utilize wall coverings in almost all of our designs,” decorators Penny Francis and Casi St. Julian of Eclectic Home explain. “When sourcing for projects, sometimes finding something truly unique can be a challenge. Creating a wallpaper line of our own gave us the freedom to [make] something one of a kind and true to our aesthetic vision.”

Add to it the fact that such endeavors allow designers like Francis and St. Julian the ability to control scale, color, and of course pattern, and the decision to take on this additional work seems increasingly like a no-brainer. Below are eight designers who have taken their talents to the wallpaper category.

Katie Ridder

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Interior designer Katie Ridder has created city and country homes alike. She has also found the time to launch fabrics, wallpapers, and rugs. Peony Wallpaper in Purple; price upon request. kattieridder.com

Eclectic Home

Photo: Courtesy of Eclectic Home

Mother-daughter duo Penny Francis and Casi St. Julian of Eclectic Home design both interiors and wallpapers. This Art Deco design is brimming with nods to New Orleans, and is available in two additional colorways. Blaze Wallpaper in Jewel; price upon request. eclectichome.net

Me and General Design

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Me and General Design focuses on interiors while also producing a range of products by Cristina Casañas-Judd and General Judd, partners in work and in life. The So Good collection is the result of a collaboration with Wolf-Gordon. Echo Wallpaper in Flawless; price upon request; meandgeneraldesign.com

Maison C

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Designer Chiara de Rege cofounded Maison C with fine artist and illustrator Costanza Theodoli-Braschi. While Coven is arguably their most recognizable pattern to date, other designs abound. Natura Morta Wallpaper in Mahogany; price upon request. maisonc.com

Lisa Hunt

Photo: Courtesy of Lisa Hunt

Designer Lisa Hunt worked with textile expert Lori Weitzner to create the Reverie Collection of wallpapers, which debuted at Deco Off in Paris in early 2020. Olympia Wallpaper; price upon request. lisahuntcreative.com

Sheila Bridges Design

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Veteran interior designer and Black Artist + Designers Guild advisory board member Sheila Bridges created something of a breakout product star with her Harlem Toile. Now not just a wallpaper and fabric, the design anoints glassware, slippers, and more. Harlem Toile de Jouy Wallpaper in Digital Hand Color; price upon request. sheilabridges.com

Kelly Wearstler

Photo: Courtesy of Kelly Wearstler

The wallpapers of designer Kelly Wearstler bring her California meets contemporary Art Deco taste to anyone with unused wall space. The designer is known for her work with Kravet. District Wallpaper in Tawny; $792 for 10 yards. kellywearstler.com

Nina Campbell

Photo: Courtesy of Nina Campbell

Interior designer Nina Campbell, an Osborne & Little collaborator, named this wallpaper Camille after a former love of Henri Matisse. Camille Wallpaper; $90 a roll. ninacampbell.com

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