I first saw Deborah Bowness's wallpapers for sale a few years ago. It was just a poster version of one of her wallpapers, but regardless, I've been craving them ever since. Bowness has been designing and hand-printing wallpapers for seven years. Her collection includes several series of ready-made digitally and hand-printed wallpapers with trompe l'oeil effects that can reinvent a home or business with just one roll. Many of the wallpapers are printed with technicolor-like images of floor lamps, filing cabinets, Louis XIV style chairs, or other furnishings you might normally see in a home.
They're a clever solution for small quarters dwellers without much room for additional furniture, but they would make a statement in any sized pad. Her pastel colored papers are very girly, which I love, but she also a black and white faux bookshelf wallpaper which would be a perfect fit for man's office. Bowness is also available for commissions, which she designs specifically to suit the needs of any interior, and has exhibited her work in museums and shows throughout the UK. Some of her noted clients include the Soho House, Reebok, Paul Smith, Selfridges, and Philippe Starck. Bowness was also a winner of the ICFF editors award for best wall coverings in 2007. Do you think she's a winner?