A touch of the East

Farrow & Ball, the British wallpaper and paint company often featured in WAG, is introducing four new wallpaper designs to its collection.

The tranquil patterns, inspired by traditional Japanese craftsmanship, will debut in September.

The selections – Aranami, Yukutori, Amime and Shouchikubai – are based on traditional motifs such as waves and birds, netting and plants. Some of the designs have been inspired by vintage imagery including pen-and-ink drawings and prints.

Each pattern comes in five colorways from soft neutrals and earthy tones to brights and metallics. The new collection is sold in 11-yard rolls, which range from $225 to $260.

As always, the lovely images sent by Farrow & Ball make it particularly difficult to choose a favorite. What do you think?

For more, visit farrow-ball.com.

– Mary Shustack

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