Paper Works

The wallpaper company Graham & Brown opened in 1946, on the heels of World War II and during a period of paper shortages. Sixty-seven years later, the still-thriving East Coast manufacturer is teaming up with leading designers around the globe. This year, Graham & Brown joined with the British husband-and-wife design team of Wayne and Geraldine Hemingway to create the new Vintage 2 collection. (The Hemingways also worked on the company’s previous Vintage collection in 2011.) The line’s four retro designs feature bold and eclectic patterns, which range from illustrated brick walls and wood planking to geometric boxes and a graphic print evoking mid-century Palm Springs decor. The wallpapers are priced at $85 per roll and can be used in a variety of spaces, from the kitchen to the bedroom.

Graham & Brown, 800.554.0887, www.grahambrown.com

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