Print and Textile Design

wall paper print

“Nordic” print. by Peony Hill Studio.

Do you all know about spoonflower? It is such a cool site. You can design your own textiles and fabric, wallpaper, and wrapping paper. I stumbled across it when I was readying an article on Apartment Therapy. I’m obsessed! You can check out the site, search for designs color, or style, or add your very own. Sample sizes are only 5 bucks, so its easy to chose a few different ones to test out. Now that Wallpaper is coming back, there are a lot more modern, clean, and contemporary designs. And design studios like Hyggee & West, have been trending on Pinterest and Instagram. It is a fabulous way to update and small space, or just use as a accent wall. Th only problem with Hyggee & West, is that it is pretty costly (50.00 for a square). Ouch. Spoonflower also offers removable wallpaper, so there is no permanence about it. If, you are like me, and change your mind about design, or paint color its an easy fix.

Attic bedroom with wallpaperCheck out this children’s attic, featured in Architectural Digest. I never would have thought to wallpaper the ceiling, but the paper is airy, and bright. The room feels really open! (Wallpaper via Hygee & West).

mid century modern wallpaper

Mid century modern, by Peony Hill Studio

bunny wallpaper-

Bunnies-by Peony hill studio

Block Print wallpaper

“Block Print Peony”- by Peony hill studio

Garden

“garden print” in green by Peony Hill studio

I have not ordered mine yet, but as soon as I do, I will post some pictures of all the samples! For my bathroom, I am leaning towards “Nordic”.  but this one is also a favorite. (very airy, and really minimal). I have three color choices for the “garden” print, pale green gray (As shown) light gray, and blue. SO head over to the shop on Spoonflower, and check it out!

wallpaper ideasWhether you have leftover wallpaper from a previous project, or love a particular print but can’t afford to paper the whole room, framing the pattern like it’s a poster is a clever design project that will bring a fun splash of personality into any room. And there are so many ways to do it! You can frame it like art like Cup of Jo did here and at the lead of the post, you can break it up into four different frames to make a colorful gallery grid, or you can even capture it in three floor-to-ceiling frames to add an interesting design element to your room.

Peony Hill Studio will be opening shop very soon, so stay tuned, and visit our Spoonflower shop to see the latest designs! HERE 

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