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MissPrint Modern Wallpaper

by Annie Werbler

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MissPrint came to visit us at ICFF all the way from East London, where Rebecca, Lee, and Yvonne Drury conduct the family business. Their 10-year-old company produces all of its hand-drawn, nature-inspired wallcoverings and fabrics in England, though a distinct Scandinavian influence can be inferred from the patterns’ clean, bold graphics, as well as in the organic forms represented. As a strong advocate for the British manufacturing industry, the operation pays high regard to ecological concerns around the fabrication of their wares, and non-toxic inks exclusively blot sustainably-managed paper products. The result includes a newly-launched Foxglove pattern (after the jump), evocative of the heady, early summer bloom in which we currently lie. —Annie

Photography via MissPrint

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Foxglove in Tiki

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Denver in Dolly

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