MissPrint are building a reputation for bright, inspired vinyl wallpapers and bespoke woven fabrics. When we met them at the recent ICFF they told us that the fabrics they design are produced by the latest generation of a long line of Huguenot weavers. The very same people who produced some of the fabric for Lady Diana’s wedding dress.
The style is playful and whimsical but the business of creating a line of unique wall coverings by hand is very serious. Because the pieces are handmade designers can look to Missprint for custom creations, so get creative, creative folks.
This is Saplings, available in six color combinations including a couple of metallics. Like all MissPrint papers, it comes in standard 52 cm × 10 metre rolls.
Poppy is such a great statement and very pop-culture indeed but, ahem, who on earth thought to use that chair for a catalog picture?
Saplings again, only this time in a larger format, now this I can get into. So there you have it, another Brit favorite at ICFF and so much bold color coming from a country so grey. Maybe because or maybe despite. Who knows!