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New Wallpapers from Juju Papers

by Grace Bonney

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For me, last year’s ICFF was all about wallpaper. Glorious, glorious wallpaper. There were rows upon rows (and rolls upon rolls) on display that celebrated all sorts of styles and trends, from florals and geometric prints to shiny mylar patterns and traditional toile. One of my favorites every year, Juju Papers, offered to give us a sneak peek at their collection before it hits the show floor this year (Booth #831). Designer Avery Thatcher will be debuting two new beautiful patterns, Big Moon (inspired by New York’s underground art and music scene from the 80s) and Pas de Trois (an artistic interplay in three basic painted gestures). Each one is available in Gold on Cream, Silver on Cream and Gold on Charcoal and is a bright, bold way to decorate your walls or totally transform a room. In addition to these beautiful styles, Juju will also be offering old favorites in new colorways. So if you’re planning to visit the show, be sure to check them out in person. You can also check out (and shop) the new papers online right here. I can’t wait to see Big Moon in person β€”Β that bold pattern in the charcoal/gold combo is stunning. Until Monday, I hope you all have a wonderful weekend! xo, grace

Photos by Mikola Accuardi

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