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Wall coverings to brighten up your digs



Photographs by Eugene Gologursky

A graphic leaf motif in sharp black and white lends drama to a small space.This wallpaper is manufactured with at least 10% post-consumer recycled vinyl. Sakai Stripe, versawallcovering.com (available through designers)

Make a room stand out—literally—with these quirky three-dimensional wall tiles made from post- and pre-consumer recycled paper.
V2 PaperForms (12-tile pack), $28 mioculture.com

Made from the branches of mulberry trees, this semi-sheer paper looks extra-chic when layered over paint.
China Wall,cannonbullock.com (available through designers)

Hand silk-screened using water-based non-toxic inks, this blue-and-cream print gives any
room a regal air.
Grand Jubilee, $90/roll modgreenpod.com

Totally tree-free! These vegetable-dyed papers are made from the fast-growing lokta bush in Nepal.
Caravan XVII: SLATS, cannonbullock.com (available through designers)

Strands of recycled paper are woven together to create a wall covering with a textured, cozy feel—perfect for a bedroom or den.
Japanese Paper Weave, $48/yard
phillipjeffries.com

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