sarah milton wallpaper


Though I’ve been trying to wean myself off of wallpaper lately, these designs from Sarah Milton in York are calling my name. Sarah specializes in typographic wallpapers that beautifully combine typefaces and bright colors. She blends letters, numbers and characters to create new abstract patterns that are then hand-silkscreened (by Sarah) onto papers. I love how fresh these feel in a market that’s still super-saturated with animal designs. If you’re looking for something type-based to decorate your home with, click here to check out Sarah’s wallpaper (and prints) online. xo, grace


More images after the jump . . .


  1. These are slightly too geometric for me. But I appreciate what she’s trying to do!

    Maria xx

  2. Really unique! Love the deep jewel tones!

  3. diana says:

    Very artful, especially like the last one, but a full wall would drive me nuts ;)!

  4. I love them! I love all of the options there are for wallpaper now versus the same cookie cutter options.

  5. Your blog is always my morning treat to myself… often I find more articles and images for wedding theme inspiration with you than on wedding dedicated blogs! Love this wallpaper so much, the black and white letter design was my fav, but all were rather beautiful!

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