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  • Tunnel Vision Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    This pattern draws you in, yet the best view might be few paces back (click on the scale image). This pattern goes in deep for the visual effects and works best when the ink is darker than the ground. This pattern does equally well on matte paper (like Dolphin on Ivory) or with a reflective mylar ground for maximum effect. Most reflective material available, picks up any colors and movement in the room. Features. Tunnel Vision Collection. Designed by Josh Minnie. Robins Egg on Chrome Mylar: Full mirror-finish polyester face with non-woven backing. Peacock on Black Mylar: High gloss bright black polyester face with non-woven backing. Dolphin on Ivory Clay Coated Paper: Creamy white matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Coffee Bean on Champagne Mylar: Smooth matte metallic with a non-woven backing. Screens: 1. Colors achieved: 2. Pattern repeat: 13.81-inch. Side to side match: Straight across.
  • Elysian Fields Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    Elysian Fields is a dense, intricate floral that utilizes carnivorous plants and bats instead of roses and robins. We love the irreverence of these unexpected elements within the classic stylings of the pattern work. Chose Antique Pink on Oatmeal for a soft traditional look or Licorice for some serious edge. Features. Elysian Fields collection. Designed by Dan Funderburgh. Purple on Ebony clay Coated Paper: Deep black matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Licorice on Black Mylar: High gloss bright polyester face with non-woven backing. Cobalt on Ivory Clay Coated Paper: Creamy white matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Antique Pink on Oatmeal Clay Coated Paper: Light brown matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Screens: 1. Colors achieved: 2. Pattern repeat: 18-inch. Side to side match: Straight across.
  • Celestial Dragon Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    This pattern can be printed in three ways to create totally different looks. The base pattern for Celestial Dragon is intricate and asian-inspired (see Scarlet and Super Green). In Torn Gold, the secondary screen creates the illusion of peeling paper. Torn Plaid Marshmallow shows the third option of an additional screen that makes it appear as if you'-ve torn off wallpaper to discover this dragon from outer space pattern. The torn options really add a nice trompe l-'oeil effect. Light reflective and will subtly pick up some colors from the surrounding room. Features. Celestial Dragon collection. Designed by Karen Hsu of Omnivore. Torn Gold on Oatmeal Clay Coated Paper: Light brown matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Scarlet on Matte Gold Mylar: Smooth matte metallic with non-woven backing. Torn Plaid Marshmallow: Full mirror-finish polyester face with non-woven backing. Super Green on Ebony Clay Coated Paper: Deep black matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Screens: 1 to 3. Colors achieved: 2 to 4. Pattern repeat: 18.44-inch or 55.25-inch. Side to side match: Straight across of half drop with torn screen.
  • Luxury Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    Luxury is the balance of design, in the sense of beauty and highest quality. A iconographic swirl of 1970's extravagance, Luxury places fantasy over the rainbow. Muscle cars, private airplanes, and diamonds mix in with the birds, clouds and stars. In addition to the outline, you can chose to print the rainbows as three separate colors (as shown in Lavender) or as a single color half tone (see Cotton Candy). You can add color to the stars, birds, or diamonds to add more dimension. Or just let your kids go wild an color it all in for future Peter Maxes in training. Most reflective material available, picks up any colors and movement in the room. Features. Luxury collection. Designed by Joanna Bean. Golden Rose and Lavender on Mica Clay Coated Paper: Warm white with luster, a clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Turquoise on Black Mylar: High gloss bright black polyester face with non-woven backing. Cotton Candy on Chrome Mylar: Full mirror-finish polyester face with non-woven backing. Screens: 1 to 5. Colors achieved: 2 to 6. Pattern repeat: 60.88-inch. Side to side match: Straight across.
  • Featherlight Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    Originally a custom design for Keryn-'s store Elijah, we couldn-'t wait until they allowed us to release it to the public as Featherlight is a sublime pattern. A very delicate, soft sense of existing amongst a feathered free fall will steer your environment towards the sexy, yet cozy vibe you-'ve been searching for. Frank White (the fantastic peacock) is not part of the wallpaper design. Features. Featherlight collection. Designed by Karen Hsu of Omnivore and Keryn Dizon. Pearl Gold on Linen Clay Coated Paper: Light tan matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Pearl Blue on Thunder Gray Clay Coated Paper: Dark gray matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Marshmallow on Silver Mylar: Smooth matte metallic polyester face with a non-woven backing. Aurora Pink on Ivory Clay Coated Paper: Creamy white matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Screens: 1. Colors achieved: 2. Pattern repeat: 27.5-inch. Side to side match: Straight across.
  • Knot Wood Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    An amazingly realistic hand-drawn wood grain repeat, Knot Wood allows the rustic texture of the natural world to be rendered in unlimited color combinations. We also created the inverse screen, so you can choose to print the grain (as shown here) or pump up the color by printing the reverse combination. This pattern is designed to run at a 45 degree slant when installed vertically. Light reflective and will subtly pick up some colors from the surrounding room. Most reflective material available, picks up any colors and movement in the room. Features. Knot Wood collection. Designed by Josh Minnie. Admiral Blue Inverse on Matte Gold Mylar: Smooth matte metallic with a non-woven backing. Marshmallow on Chrome Mylar: Full mirror-finish polyester face with non-woven backing. Peacock: Deep black matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Pale Gold on Blush Clay Coated Paper: Light pink matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Screens: 1. Colors achieved: 2. Pattern repeat: 27-inch. Side to side match: Straight across.
  • Laced Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    Elegantly detailed and subtly sexy, Laced is a traditional pattern that illustrates how hand screening can add dimension to one color patterns in ways digital printing can not match. Viewed as a color wash from across the room, this pattern begs to be touched up close. Light reflective and will subtly pick up some colors from the surrounding room. Features. Laced collection. Designed by Jon Sherman. Sunburst and Brilliant on Ivory Clay Coated Paper: Creamy white matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Peony on Mica Clay Coated Paper: Warm white with luster, a clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Light Blue on Silver Mylar: Smooth matte metallic polyester face with a non-woven backing. Screens: 1. Colors achieved: 2. Pattern repeat: 9.06. Side to side match: Straight across.
  • Small Flowers Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    I like painting on a square because you don’t have to decide whether is should be longer-longer or shorter-shorter or longer-shorter: its just a square. Warhol’s Flowers, initially created in 1964, was based off a photograph of Hibiscus flowers taken by the then executive editor of Modern Photography magazine, Patricia Caulfield. The image was used in repeat in various sized canvases to cover full walls and resembled wallpaper. Ronnie Cutrone, Warhol’s main assistant, described the aesthetics of the print, “as decorative art, it’s pretty dense. There is a lot of depth in there… You have this shadowy dark grass, which is not pretty, and then you have these big, wonderful, brightly colored flowers. It was always that juxtaposition that appears in his art again and again that I particularly love.” Often referred to as Warhol’s foray into psychedelic interiors, it is appropriate that Flavor Paper offers the cheery, dark, psychedelic and poppy sides of Flowers. This digitally version is a smaller scale than the hand screened, and is sold on a pre pasted eco-friendly ground that is already trimmed for ease of installation at 24” wide and 21’ long. Features. Andy Warhol Collection. Designed by Flavor Paper/Andy Warhol. Water activated paste , water strippable for easy removal, Eco-friendly (PVC-free, FSC certified, 10% recycled content, mold and mildew resistant) ultra smooth 24-inch wide wallpaper. Available in Blanc on EZ Papes, Full Spectrum on EZ Papes, Garnet on EZ Papes, Iolite on EZ Papes. Class A fire rating. Slightly transparent, so prime wall white before installation. Printed with water-based, odorless, Greennguard certified latex inks. Pre-trimmed for easy DIY installtion. Screens: Digital. Colors Achieved: 3-45. Match: straight across. Pattern Repeat: 12-inch.
  • Crowd (Where's Warhol) Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    Black is my favorite color and white is my favorite color. This 1963 silkscreen print was based off a 1955 newswire photograph taken of St. Peter’s Square in Rome on Easter Sunday. Flavor Paper felt the ebb and flow of the crowd was similar in effect to a tree canopy, thus allowing it to create an interesting natural feel from afar, yet a personal connection from close up. Several of the people in the image reminded Flavor Paper creative director Jon Sherman of Warhol himself and, in similar style to Andy’s plays on pop culture, he decided to add an image of Andy shot on set of Chelsea Girls where he was wearing a striped shirt similar to Waldo of Where’s Waldo fame. Now you can play the new fun game Where’s Warhol? on your walls. Features. Crowd Collection. Designed by Flavor Paper/Andy Warhol. Aurora Pink on Ivory Clay Coated Paper: Creamy white matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Graphite on Silver Mylar: Smooth matte metallic polyester face with a non-woven backing, light reflective and will subtly pick up some colors from the surrounding room. Licorice on Chrome Mylar: Full mirror-finish polyester face with non-woven backing, most reflective material available, picks up any colors and movement in the room. Sepia on Matte Gold Mylar: Smooth matte metallic with a non-woven backing, light reflective and will subtly pick up some colors from the surrounding room. Screens: 1. Colors Achieved: 2. Match: straight across. Pattern Repeat: 27-inch.
  • Verdant Vine Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    This traditional floral totem comes from the legendary creative mind of Milton Glaser, and we are proud to offer it to you. Falling blossoms intertwine and overlap to form a kaleidoscopic array of shapes within the botanicals. Fantastic detail up close, the drops can be alternately flipped for more variety if desired. Features. Verdant Vine Collection. Designed by Milton Glaser. Silver Shadow on Platinum Clay Coated Paper: Silvery clay-coated face with slight luster and traditional paper backing. Scarab on Thunder Gray Clay Coated Paper: Dark gray matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Lavender Frost on White Mylar: High gloss bright white polyester face with non-woven backing. Deep Beat on Ebony Clay Coated Paper: Deep black matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Screens: 2. Colors achieved: 3. Pattern repeat: 27-inch. Side to side match: Straight across or flipped.
  • Great Hall Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    Dan Funderburgh, has made a name for himself in wallpaper with some of the most popular Flavor Paper prints including City Park (in the Cooper Hewitt permanent collection) and Secret Garden (in the Brooklyn Museum collection). Great Hall was inspired by the collection at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art and named after the institution’s magnificent entry room. “I’ve always loved the Metropolitan, so this design is an homage,” said Funderburgh. “Great Hall is formally inspired by a sketch for a 16th century French furniture carving, but also includes silhouettes of art and design history assembled in ahistorical columns including African masks, Fredric Remington sculptures, Samurai armor, Tiffany lamps, The Pan of Rohallion, a Georgia O’Keefe cow skull, Jeff Koons balloon dogs, and a hippogriff.” Features. Designed by Dan Funderburgh. Graphite on Silver Pony Skin Foil: Bight metallic foil with brushed embossment and a non-woven backing, gives great depth, texture, and reflectivity. Licorice on White Mylar: High gloss bright white polyester face with non-woven backing. Marshmallow on Chrome Mylar: Full mirror-finish polyester face with non-woven backing, most reflective material available, picks up any colors and movement in the room. Storm on Matte Gold Mylar: Smooth matte metallic with a non-woven backing, light reflective and will subtly pick up some colors from the surrounding room. Screens: 1. Colors Achieved: 2. Match: straight across. Pattern Repeat: 20.33-inch.
  • City of Light Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    City of Light is a modernist pattern that has a sense of organization, yet reads relaxed randomness. Somewhat of a contemporary Klimt, this pattern adds movement to a room – especially when printed on our holographic material. The lack of obvious repeat and random match makes this wallpaper appear to be an endless beauty. Most reflective material available, picks up any colors and movement in the roon. Features. City of Light collection. Designed by Jane Blevin. Hollagram on Holographic Mylar: Three dimensions linear rainbow effect with a paper backing, Fantastic light play, depth, and color pop. Emerald City on Bright Gold Mylar: Bright mirror-finish gold face with non-woven backing. Genie on Chrome Mylar: Full mirror-finish polyester face with non-woven backing. Lynx on Matte Gold Mylar: Smooth matte metallic with a non-woven backing. Screens: 2 to 4. Colors achieved: 3-5. Match: NA. Pattern repeat: 54.75-inch.
  • Starglint Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    Light plays off this print to form ripples of lit waters or fields of sun reflected snow. Using a reflective mylar as the ground choice gives lots of movement and opens up tight rooms. A fantastic half-tone print that brings a lot of light to the wall. Most reflective material available, picks up any colors and movement in the room. Features. Starglint Collection. Designed by Josh Minnie. Snow and Deep Water on Chrome Mylar: Full mirror-finish polyester face with non-woven backing. Emerald on Bright Gold Mylar: Bright mirror-finish gold face with non-woven backing. Aqua on Silver Mylar: Smooth matte metallic polyester face with a non-woven backing. Screens: 1. Colors achieved: 2. Pattern repeat: 61-inch. Side to side match: Half drop.
  • Flowers Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    My favorite smell is the first smell of spring in NY. Warhol’s Flowers, initially created in 1964, was based off a photograph of Hibiscus flowers taken by the then executive editor of Modern Photography magazine, Patricia Caulfield. The image was used in repeat in various sized canvases to cover full walls and resembled wallpaper. Ronnie Cutrone, Warhol’s main assistant, described the aesthetics of the print, “as decorative art, it’s pretty dense. There is a lot of depth in there… You have this shadowy dark grass, which is not pretty, and then you have these big, wonderful, brightly colored flowers. It was always that juxtaposition that appears in his art again and again that I particularly love.” Often referred to as Warhol’s foray into psychedelic interiors, it is appropriate that Flavor Paper offers the cheery, dark, psychedelic and poppy sides of Flowers. All hand screened standard colorways have a metallic edge and Miami Spice sparkles with a Diamond Dust-esque glitter. Golden Shower is a constantly varying blend print, something Warhol utilized in his Sunset prints, with a yellow toner spray added (a tribute to his piss paintings) so no two versions will ever be exactly the same, making each print a unique work of art. You can also customize Flowers to get whatever colors that suit your taste. Features. Andy Warhol Collection. Designed by Flavor Paper/Andy Warhol. Miami Spice on Champage Mylar: Smooth matte metallic with a non-woven backing, light reflective and will subtly pick up some colors frome the surrounding room. Suave on Platium Clay Coated Paper: Silvery clay coated face with slight luster and traditional paper backing. Golden Shower on Chrome Mylar: Full mirror-finish polyester face with non-woven backing, most reflective material available, picks up ant colors and movement in the room. Carolina on Silver Mylar: Smooth matte metallic polyester face with a non-woven backing, light reflective and will subtly pick up some colors from the surrounding room. Screens: 1-5. Colors Achieved: 2-9. Match: straight across. Pattern Repeat: 27-inch.
  • Flower Pedal Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    Life ain’t always beautiful, but it’s a beautiful ride. While all of our products are indeed bespoke, this pattern really drives it home. Flower Pedal celebrates the universal culture of the bicycle on a grand scale. Floral elements bind the parts together into one fantastic bit of pattern work. Light reflective and will subtly pick up some colors from the surrounding room. Most reflective material available, picks up any colors and movement in the room. Features. Flower Pedal collection. Designed by Dan Funderburgh. Tahiti on Oatmeal Clay Coated Paper: Light brown matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Smores on Matte Gold Mylar: Smooth matte metallic with an non-woven backing. Silverback on Chrome Mylar: Full mirror-finish polyester with non-woven backing. White Magic on Silver Mylar: Smooth matte metallic polyester face with a non-woven backing. Screens: 2. Colors achieved: 3. Pattern repeat: 54.69-inch. Side to side match: Half drop.
  • Terminal Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    This traditional Chinese maze like geometric is layered and sophisticated, creating a tapestry for the eye to roam. It can be printed with transparent inks over chrome for big illumination (see Byzantine) or keep it mellow with a softer combination like Nasa Blanca. Terminal also looks great printed as a single screen (see Grasshopper). Most reflective material available, picks up any colors and movement in the room. Features. Terminal Collection. Designed by Ted, Jon Sherman. Byzantine on Chrome Mylar: Full mirror-finish polyester face with non-woven backing. Nasu Blanca on White Mylar: High gloss bright white polyester face with non-woven backing. Grasshopper on Mica Clay Coated Paper: Warm white with luster. A clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Golden Fire on Black Mylar: High gloss bright black polyester face with non-woven backing. Screens: 1 to 3. Colors achieved: 2 to 4. Pattern repeat: 4.50-inch. Side to side match: Straight across.
  • Farmer's Market Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    This pattern can be a single ink color or two. Both versions feature iconic Farmers Market fare like old school milk bottles and crates to assorted vegetables and honeycomb. When you approach the pattern on the wall, simple stripes begin to reveal themselves as these elements and beg a closer inspection. Light refective and will subtly pick up some colors from surrounding room. Features. Farmers Market collection. Designed by Dan Funderburgh. Green Wave on Silver Mylar: Smooth matte metallic polyester face with a non-woven backing. Tangerine on Mica Clay Coated Paper: Warm white with luster, a clay coated face with traditional paper backing. Silver and Antique Pink on Ivory Clay Coated Paper: Creamy white matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Screens: 1 to 2. Colors achieved: 2 to 3. Pattern repeat: 4.5-inch. Side to side match: Straight acroos.
  • Cordage Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    Originally designed for the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn, this traditional looking print is an homage to the history of their building as a rope making warehouse. Perfect for a boat lover'-s home or a sea side cottage, modern or classic. Light reflective and will subtly pick up some colors from the surrounding room. Features. Cordage collection. Designed by Dan Funderburgh. Shamrock on Ivory Clay Coated Paper: Creamy white matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Sandshell on Stone Vinyl: Type 1 off-white matte vinyl with non-woven backing, well suited for areas with moisture or high traffic. Marshmallow on Silver Mylar: Smooth matte metallic polyester face with a non-woven backing. Maritime on Matte Gold Mylar: Smooth matte metallic with a non-woven backing. Screens: 1. Colors achieved: 2. Pattern repeat: 15.13-inch. Side to side match: Straight across.
  • City Park Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    This modern classic draws from historic damask pattern style, but twists it decidedly modern with urban content like rats and parking meters. Curators at the Smithsonian were so taken with City Park that they chose it for the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum permanent collection. We have the original screen (as shown here) and also the inverse screen, so you can now choose to print the elements or print the background. We can also print this without rats – uninfested, if requested. One great pattern with many ways to make it your own! Light Reflective and will subtly pick up some colors from the surrounding room. Features. City Park collection. Designed by Dan Funderburgh. Light Sage on Platium Clay Coated Paper: Silver clay-coated face with slight luster and traditional paper backing. Light Blue on Mica Clay Coated Paper: Warm white with luster, a clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Dark chocolate on Champagne Mylar: Smooth matte metallic with a non-woven backing. Smabe on Matte metallic with a non-woven backing. Screens: 1. Colors achieved: 2. Pattern repeat: 19.88-inch. Side to side match: Straight across.
  • Kabloom Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    A Ted original that reinterprets J H Dearle’s work from the late 1890’s, Kabloom is simply amazing. In the full five screen glory of Fruit Punch, very few wallpapers are as transformative to an interior. If you love the pattern but prefer a more subtle treatment, you can have it printed as a one color for a more traditional elegance. Light reflective and will subtly pick up some colors from the surrounding room. Most reflective material available, picks up any colors and movement in the room. Features. Kabloom collection. Designed by Jh Dearle, Flavor Paper. Artichoke on Silver Mylar: Smooth matte metallic polyester face with a non-woven backing. Fruit Punch and Plum on Chrome Mylar: Full mirror-finish polyester face with non-woven backing. Silver on White Mylar: High gloss bright white polyester face with non-woven backing. Screens: 1 to 5. Colors achieved: 2 to 6. Pattern repeat: 55.25-inch. Side to side match: Half drop.
  • Circuit Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    Circuit is symmetry in motion. These layers of interlocking labyrinths create serious depth and movement for a two color print. In order to avoid chaos, we find that sticking to complimentary ink colors in this pattern is best. You can create a bright color pop (as in Tangerine) or a soft wash of elegance (see Sugar). This is a pattern that always attracts a second look and invites you to linger a while. Light reflective and will subtly pick up some colors from the surrounding room. Features. Circuit collection. Designed by Ted. Tangerine on Silver Mylar, Chocolate on Silver Mylar: Smooth matte metallic polyester face with a non-woven backing. Sugar on White Mylar and Basil on White Mylar: High gloss bright white polyester face with non-woven backing. Screens: 1 to 2. Colors achieved: 2 to 3. Pattern repeat: 8.81-inch. Side to side match: eight drop.
  • Shoes Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    I decided that being a shoe salesman is a really sexy job. A common theme throughout Warhol’s career, shoes were at a new, disco high a la Studio 54 when he resurrected them in 1980. The added flourish of Diamond Dust (actually crushed glass) mimicked the glamour of the Manhattan glitterati he was out with. Flavor Paper took the original Polaroids Warhol used for his paintings and worked the arrangements into a repeating pattern. A modern version of Diamond Dust is available and adds a brilliant touch with a chrome background, which we think Andy would be quite proud of. Features. Andy Warhol collection. Designed by Flavor Paper/Andy Warhol. Blue Suede on Gold Pony Skin Foil: Bright metallic foil with brushed embossment and a non-woven backing, gives great depth, texture, adn reflectivity. Champagne Sparkle on Champagne Mylar: Smooth matte metallic with a non-woven backing, light reflective and will subtly pick up some colors from the surrounding room. Diamond Dust on Ebony Clay Coated Paper: Deep black matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Gemstone on Chrome Mylar: Full mirror-finish polyester face with non-woven backing, most reflective material available, picks up ant colors and movement in the room. Screens: 1-3. Colors Achieved: 2-4. Match: two-thirds (2/3) drop. Pattern Repeat: 56.88 -inch.
  • Stanley Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    A collection of architecturally-inspired tiles combine to form this art deco geometric. Click on the scale image to see what happens when you step back from the wall. Light reflective and will subtly pick up some colors from the surrounding room. Features. Stanley Collection. Designed by Ted. Pumpkin and Marshmallow on White Mylar: High gloss bright white polyester face with non-woven backing. Licorice on Black Mylar: High gloss bright black polyester face with non-woven backing. Cocoa on Silver Mylar: Smooth matte metallic polyester face with a non-woven backing. Screens: 1. Colors achieved: 2. Pattern repeat: 36-inch. Side to side match: Random and Straight Across
  • Dauphine Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    French gardens get the royal treatment in Dauphine. This traditional stylized floral has amazing detail and forms a kaleidoscopic yet structured geometric pattern as you step back. You see an early appearance of this pattern in Dr. Zhivago. Dauphine can be ordered as a one color design, or use the second screen for more detail and additional color. Features. Dauphine collection. Designed by Ted. Good N Plenty on Platium Clay Coated Paper: Silvery clay-coated face with slight luster and traditional paper backing. Glacier on Black Mylar: High gloss bright black polyester face with non-woven backing. Electric Raspberry and Bywater Blue on Silver Mylar: Smooth matte metallic polyester face with a non-woven backing. Screens: 1 or 2. Colors achieved: 2 or 3. Pattern repeat: 27-inch. Side to side match: Straight across.
  • Chinatown Toile Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    When you'r right, you're right, and you're right. The Chinatown Soccer Club is a crew of artists, photographers, designers, writers, skateboarders and all-around good people that meets year-round for friendly soccer matches. Dan Funderburgh is one of those artists and one can only hope that his fancy footwork is on par with his superb pattern making skills. Specifically designed for the 2008 European Cup in collaboration with Adidas, this classic toile design is filled with depictions of modern life in New York City's Chinatown. The original soft red on matte white scores, but we can print this in any combination you want. Light reflective and will subtly pick up some colors from the surrounding room. Features. Chinatown Toile collection. Designed by Dan Funderburgh. Soft Red: Creamy white matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Rouge on Matte Gold Mylar: Smooth matte metallic with a non-woven backing. Licorice on Thunder Gray Clay Coated Paper: Dark grey matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Light Sage on Silver Mylar: Smooth matte metallic polyester face with a non-woven backing. Screens: 1. Colors achieved: 2. Pattern repeat: 27-inch. Side to side match: Half drop.
  • Hibiscus Wallpaper By Flavor Paper
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    This climbing floral with fluttering hummingbirds is slanted modern with the angled striped background. This can be printed as a one color (see Tastemaker) or as a three color version. Hibiscus is a well balanced pattern that adds height by drawing the eye up the wall. Most reflective material available, picks up any colors and movement in the room. Light reflective and will subtly pick up some colors from the surrounding room. Features. Hibiscus collection. Designed by Emily Minnie. Deco on Platium Clay Coated Paper: Silvery clay-coated face with slight luster and traditional paper backing. Fruit Punch on Chrome Mylar: Full mirror-finish polyester face with non-woven backing. Sage on Silver Mylar: Smooth matte metallic polyester face with a non-woven backing. Tastemaker on Ivory clay Coated Paper: Creamy white matte clay-coated face with traditional paper backing. Screens: 1 or 3. Colors achieved: 2 to 4. Pattern repeat: 31.38-inch. Side to side match: One third drop.
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