Digitally printed wallcoverings are getting chic, thanks to the new Clare V. x WS collaboration. Wallshoppe, if you aren't familiar, is an LA-based digitally printed wallpaper line that debuted a fun collection by my friend Nathan Turner, who in turn brought Clare Vivier into the fold. As you probably know from my Instagram feed (@stylebeatblog) the LA- based handbag and accessories designer Clare Vivier is a favorite of mine. Her fresh, casual basics designs have clean lines, often in a crisp red white and blue color palette. She has a distinctly American point of view with a Francophile's touch. This is a busy fall for Clare, she opened a San Francisco store and did a jacket collaboration with fashion stylist Marlien Rentmeester of Le Catch.
Wallshoppe's wallpapers are printed on eco friendly non-toxic paper with a smooth matte finish that is scratch resistant. Made to order, you can choose from wallpaper or removable panels with adhesive backing, making it a great choice for renters and kids rooms. This new collection has a great energy to it, and every pattern and vivid color way knocks it out of the park.
Hollyhock in navy and red
Hollyhock in yellow, which I love
A wavy stripe comes in tons of great color combinations, the onyx is shown above
Stripes in navy with a pale pink stripe
For the sporty, Tennis Balls is the way to go. Different color combinations abstract the ball, turning it into more of an unidentifiable object, which is graphic and fun.
A well loves Sardine print known to Clare V fans makes its way onto the wall. It's cheeky and spirited.
Celebrating her American roots and love of France, the Merci Flag on white is crisp and graphic