I couldn't help myself, it's only the colour that's called Cloud but it inspired me. The design of this wallpaper is beautiful, it has a wonderful movement to it. I can often find that highly patterned wallpapers can simply be too distracting to use in a lot of residential interior design schemes.
Sold by the foot (£21 a linear foot at the publishing time of this post) this wallpaper could work in a host of schemes and would add instant elegance to a room.
From the company: Calico Wallpaper is dedicated to the artisanal process of paper marbling, creating some of the most exquisite, ethereal and large-scale landscape murals. The brand is the brainchild of creative and life partners Rachel Mosler and Nick Cope, who have taken inspiration from ancient techniques to create wallpaper that is both sumptuous and timeless. The finest materials and a buoyant hand create depth and movement, giving the landscapes a hint of alchemy. Calico is wallpaper raised to high art.
As owner of the design/build firm Dark Green, Nick regularly produces projects in the luxury residential interior sphere. He also has collaborated on several custom commercial projects with esteemed fashion brands such as Opening Ceremony and Paul Smith. He brings more than a decade of interior design and build experience to Calico.
Raised in a post-and-beam house on Martha’s Vineyard, Rachel spent her days stitching crystals into cloth and binding books with twigs, which fostered a love for material and process. Later, as a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design in Sculpture, she exhibited her artwork in New York, Philadelphia and Paris. At Calico, Rachel embraces a hands-on approach to the artisanal process of paper marbling.
Calico is based in Brooklyn, New York.