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Nice and New: Barbara Hulanicki Flock For Graham & Brown

Nice and New: Barbara Hulanicki Flock For Graham & Brown

Legendary fashion designer Barbara Hulanicki, who founded the iconic London boutique Biba in the '60s, is taking her signature art-nouveau style to the walls. She has created Graham & Brown's Flocked Collection, including five exclusive flocked wallpaper designs — Skulls, Ophelia, Shoes, Baroque, and Antoinette. Flocked wallpaper has a history over three centuries long. But like Hulanicki, it did have a heyday in the '60s and '70s, so it's a very fitting collection.

The papers go for $125 for a double roll, which is pretty reasonable for such luxurious material. Baroque, with a Victorian-inspired geometric pattern, and Ophelia, with a sophisticated floral pattern, are the most tame of the designs. Meanwhile, Skulls, Shoes, and Antoinette have more playful, eccentric imagery. Maybe it's just because Halloween is near, but I'm really drawn to Skulls. It has a mischevious quality that's almost shocking, because you don't recognize the pattern right away; I'd love to use it in a small dark corner of my home.


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Monaco2279742 Monaco2279742 7 years
I love Barbara's wallpaper...I just did a post on my blog that includes her design...
SillyGirl SillyGirl 7 years
As soon as I got the Graham email last week, I sent the hubby they skull wallpaper. We are going to put it up on a single wall in the powder room. I am in love with it!
mslewis mslewis 7 years
You're right, the skulls look great!! Before I saw it, I thought you were weird to want skull wallpaper but it would be great in a small room, like an office. Really nice.
katedavis katedavis 7 years
I am waiting to own a home to put up flocked wallpaper (like maybe on the back of a door, in the panels) and then paint over it so the design is there, and it's 3 dimensional, but it's the same color as the door. I came across this a few days ago and thought it would be perfect, but alas, I am still a renter: http://tinyurl.com/yfzg3le
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