Laura Olivia

I saw so much wallpaper at ICFF, so much of which was really innovative, existing and textural. As much as I love those forward-thinking designs, I also love a classic floral pattern, too. This ‘Beads Sky’ pattern by Laura Olivia was inspired by succulents that grow in rock gardens. I love the soft watercolor-style feel of this print- it’s a nice foil to all the bold patterns and colors we’ve seen over the past few years. Click here to check out Laura’s full collection and order samples online. xo, grace

  1. Naomi says:

    Um, I think all of them were “existing.”

  2. Please don’t hold out on us. I’d love to see more of the wallpapers you saw at ICFF. Did I miss a post already???Do you think the market is becoming saturated? My prayer is to be there next year with my first collection. I would feel so proud to be in the made in America room. I was told it was FAB. Congrats to Laura Olivia. All the best with your collection. Well, I best get back to drawing.

  3. Oh I forgot to say congrats on your new web sight Laura Olivia.

  4. Polly Rowan says:

    I love this! Very unusual


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