By Ben Bowers
on 2.9.11

The work of Wall & Decò has nothing in common with the stuff you see on a typical Home Depot weekend. Yes, they technically make wallpaper, but they aren’t in the business of creating drab monothematic patterns. Instead, the firm is focused on balancing elements of photographic realism and graphic design to create wall-sized works of art. Frankly, almost every single style we’ve seen could make four walls of plywood wind up on the cover of Architectural Digest — even without the help of some beautiful models languishing in the foreground. Made from vinyl, all of their offerings are completely washable and certified to be fire resistant, because no one wants to roast for the sake of good taste. Like many high-design products, though, you can’t just waltz into a store and buy a roll from Wall & Decò. Instead, purchases are done on a consultation only basis, to insure each work is carefully planned to match the area of its potential placement. Custom made solutions are also an option granted you have the cash to commission it. For a glimpse of more of Wall & Decò’s work, be sure to check out our gallery of some of our other favorite patterns on the next page.

Inquire: here