Chic Wallpaper from Designers Guild

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I adore the new wallpaper from Designers Guild. This new wallpaper sure is a nice fresh way to add some more character to any space. Designers Guild now has their new collections available online. My personal favorite collection is the Kasuri collection.

Kasuri print- (comes in 12 color options).

Kasuri, Madame Butterfly-Peony print. (comes in only one color option).
Also, another favorite in the kusuri collection is Madame Butterfly, I could see this looking so pretty in a powder room.

The Madame Butterfly wallpaper can be used as a wallpaper panel too. Its total length of each roll is 1200cm, with each separate panel being up to 300cm (clearly indicated on the roll at 300cm – most rooms being 260-280cm in height). Therefore there are 4 panels in each roll. Each panel is 45cm wide (normal wallpaper width is 52cm so do bear this in mind if calculating how many you will need) so the total width of each panel/roll is 180 cm and costs €194. It is available in one color way.
The other wallpapers in the collection are €49 per roll. The Yakuta comes in 19 color ways,. It’s a really pretty and simple floral design with an innocence to it’s brushstrokes.

Kasuri collection Yukata print- (comes in 19 color options).

Which is your favorite wallpaper from Designers Guild?

Check out more of their amazing wallpaper prints online, weather you like bold patterns or subtle any of the prints will add some extra flavor to any space.
- xoxo Jessica

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Jessica Van Midde is a San Francisco Bay Area Interior Decorator and Blogger. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook or Pinterest.

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