If settling on the right shade of paint for a feature wall in your home has become a little overwhelming, we're big fans of this hand printed wallpaper from makelike for a fun fix. The Portland design studio's first collection—which also features dish towels, pillows, and posters—is themed around the Cactus, and this bright succulent pattern would be a nice addition to liven up any living room. All of makelike's products will be available from October this year.
Whether you're planning on plastering an entire room, a feature wall, or simply adding a single panel of pattern, UK-based Lizzie Allen's hand-printed wallpapers are the perfect addition over plain old paint. While most of Allen's motifs are London-specific—royal guards, city gents, St. Paul's, red buses and black cabs—this depiction of jazz in New York's Central Park would work great to perk up any home here or across the pond. Check out her site for more information and designs!
Papering your walls with the paths and trees of Zig Zag is like decorating with large-scale works of art. Each roll is handscreened, giving the pattern a personal touch.
Intrigued by the prospect of papering but not quite ready to commit to an entire wall? Artist Julia Rothman has done a great collection for Hygge and West that's available by the yard, which can be used to great effect as an accent on a small project or even cut and framed on its own. Lovely.