Designer Erin Napier is synonymous with Laurel – the Mississippi metropolis the place she renovates historic properties for HGTV’s House City. Erin and her husband, Ben, have remodeled over 50 properties round Laurel up to now – however her newest enterprise sees her influence unfold all through houses far past the southern state.
Enter Erin Napier’s new wallpaper assortment with York Wallcoverings – the Pennsylvania-based wallpaper powerhouse based in 1895 (Erin does have an admiration for all issues rooted in historical past, in any case).
The gathering is blooming with lovely florals, classic botanicals, and kooky folk-art inspirations designed to ‘lend a private contact’ and construct a ‘layered, nostalgic dwelling design.’ Nonetheless, aesthetics apart, these wallcoverings include a sensible twist that’s excellent for many who are indecisive with regards to their adorning concepts.
‘It has been years within the making, and I am thrilled to announce my skilled high quality US-made peel and stick wallpaper assortment from York Wallcoverings,’ Erin says on her Instagram (opens in new tab).
Sure, the designs are printed on peel-and-stick wallpaper – that means you’ll be able to simply take away your chosen sample and experiment with a brand new one with out harming your partitions (or spending too lengthy navigating a fiddly DIY course of).
Due to this fact, you’ll be able to play with wallpaper developments and varied colorways till you discover the one that’s excellent on your house – secure within the information that every one designs are solely Erin Napier-approved.
‘Each design is an homage to heirloom wallpaper patterns of the early twentieth century in a number of trendy colorways for every that I believe you are going to love,’ Erin says. ‘Do you acknowledge this sample I painted for my guide jacket primarily based on our ladies’ nursery curtains?’ The print in query is Heirloom Floral (opens in new tab), the chintz-style design seen above.
Naturally, Erin’s followers have rushed to share their appreciation for the gathering on Instagram – with many observing the gathering’s similarity to William Morris’s famed designs. In a response to a follower who seen Trendy Acanthus’ resemblance to the artist, York shared that it ‘positively has a William Morris really feel.’
In the meantime, Erin Napier mentioned that the comparability to William Morris was ‘the very best praise.’
And, if you happen to aren’t looking for wallpaper, you’ll be able to nonetheless put money into a small piece of Erin’s Heirloom Floral print by selecting up her guide (that includes the sample) beneath.