While I adore Eskayel's wallpaper collection, the company's gorgeous abstract designs are often out of reach from a pricing perspective. And when it comes to the design-loving renters out there, wallpaper is often a big no-no due to issues with their lease. Furthermore, it often doesn't make sense to invest in an expensive wallpaper when one's time in a rental is undefined, and could be for a time period of a year or less.
Although Eskayel is known mostly for its bespoke wallpaper, the designer behind the line wanted to create something for people who can’t afford to wallpaper an entire room or wall, or who rent and aren’t allowed to make any dramatic transformations to their pads. With these factors in mind, Eskayel introduced its wall hangings.
The wall hangings are available in linen, organic denim and wallpaper in a variety of sizes — from two feet square to almost five feet by nine feet long. Prices range from $80 to $620.
Again, not a small investment, but when you consider the price for a piece of wall art that large, it begins to make sense. And I certainly wouldn't mind substituting an Eskayel wall hanging for a large piece of art. The abstract and engaging patterns are works of art in themselves, and draw the viewer in with their unusual patterns and lovely palettes. Would you consider — or have you already — substituting a fabric wall hanging for art in your home? Which Eskayel hanging is your favorite?