Abigail Borg Wallpaper + Best of the Web

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I’ve been on a wallpaper kick all week. It seems like everyone is gearing up to launch new collections at the big design shows this spring, so social media has been full of great previews and sneak peeks. One of my favorite lines that I’m hoping to see in person belongs to British designer Abigail Borg. Abigail’s work takes its inspiration from the world outside. Whether that’s a beautiful Fritillaria flower, Dahlia or Foxtail, Abigail’s wallpapers feel like a lush field of flowers that’s come to life on the wall. I love the slightly retro color palette she’s working with, too — it’s the perfect combination to create a larger-than-life version of the flowers and plants we see around us in real life. Abigail uses her patterns for textiles and stationery, too, so if you’re interested in checking out her work or ordering online, click here to visit her site. Until Monday, have a wonderful weekend! xo, grace

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  1. Door says:

    Just beautiful!

  2. Denise says:

    Amazing round up! I’m a sucker for studio tours. Great progress on your remodel – your place is looking great.

  3. Abigail’s papers r gorge! You can see there is a pro’s eye involved and not just the run of the mill big store product. I wallpapered one wall in my powder room last fall and it is beautiful. I love it’s impact. Thanks for the read!

  4. Groovy! I love the whole flower-based wallpaper design.. makes the room have a feeling of nostalgia from the psychedelic design era. ^_^ love it

  5. Alice says:

    That Mad Men museum is amazing!

  6. How about the Charlotte Vauvillier? Ahh.creative and amazing!

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