Portland, OR-based wallpaper studio JujuPapers released two new patterns this year at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair, and we are having a hard time choosing a favorite. That's probably just how designer Avery Thatcher prefers it; she designed the patterns as two sides of the same coin.
"The Sou'wester" and "Family Reunion" were inspired by the long periods of separation that were common when people traveled by sea. "The Sou'wester," shown above, represents the waiting and sorrow that comes with being separated by distance, while "Family Reunion," below, is suppose to convey the hopefulness and joy of being reunited.
Even if you don't read into the patterns as deeply as all that, they are still gorgeous, whimsical, and perfectly appropriate for any room in the house. We are especially loving the addition of copper on "Family Reunion," a trend we noticed (and loved) across the board at ICFF.
Check out JujuPapers for the rest of the line. Each roll of wallpaper is screen-printed by hand on environmentally friendly, chlorine-free paper, in case you were looking for an extra reason to love them.