One of 25 patterns in the Inediti Series 01 Cruise collection by Inkiostro Branco, Cereus (seen above) brings a lush desert landscape to life. Depicting the night-blooming cactus, the watercolour-like motif is digitally printed on vinyl wallpaper backed by a non-woven fibre, with custom sizing available.
The hand-drawn illustrations depicted in Laurel Lapis were influenced by such urban vignettes as vines climbing concrete and potted plants on windowsills. It’s one of seven colourways in Studio Cope‘s collection, which also includes coordinating throw pillows and tea towels.
Australian surface-pattern designer Kelly Kratzing uses pen, coloured pencil and watercolour to craft her intricate, nature-inspired motifs. Comprising seven designs, the Wallsauce collection of made-to-measure murals is offered in peel-and-stick or pasteable applications.
Farrow & Ball has updated its Art Nouveau–inspired Lotus pattern — along with eight other classics — with the application of a sleek metallic finish. A hand-engraved roller is used to apply gold, silver, copper or a gold–silver hybrid paint, giving the organic pattern a crisp finish.
From desert flowers to potted plants, these floral-pattern papers lend spaces an organic touch.