Walnut is known as a super food, but it’s also a super source for some of the coolest modern wallpaper around, including the new savvy, non-toxic "Flowers" collection by artist Geoff McFetridge.
The Hollywood wallpaper haven, founded in 2005, showcases cutting edge papers not always available in retail or wholesale outlets. The variety is amazing.
Where else can you pick up rolls of gentle fan motifs by Allegra Hicks, hand blocked animal prints by Paper Mills, and electric Missoni-esque flame patterns by Osborne & Little?
In addition to the classics, Walnut sells the best of vintage and ultra mod: Palace Papers, Sum and Twenty2 to name a few of the vendors.
But most in demand is the Pottok line from McFetridge, who etches twinkling retro patterns with a wry narrative using friendly materials such as water-based ink and untreated papers (no chemical waterproofing of any kind). You’ll be like a kid in a wall candy store when you surf to Walnut Wallpaper or visit the studio at 7424 Beverly Blvd in Los Angeles.
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