The Finer Things


Off the Wall

The demand for wallpaper shows no sign of slowing down as patterns get evermore artistic and colorful. Naples-based designer Jeffrey Fisher—Who has a knack for designing with artful wall coverings—shares his top picks for luxe styles that command attention.

Price upon request; elitis.fr/en. Courtesy Elitis

El Dorado by Élitis
Raffia fibers are woven into embossed vinyl for a textured feel and sun-bleached appearance on the seaside-inspired El Dorado by Élitis. The design comes in more than 40 shades that Fisher says deliver a high impact.

 

Price upon request; arte-international.com/en. Courtesy Arte

Fan Out
A delicate take on the tropical motif, Arte’s Abanico is one that Jeffrey Fisher deems especially sophisticated, with its wispy brushstrokes resembling pandan leaves.

 

Priced to the trade; kravet.com. Courtesy Lee Jofa

Abstract Thought
Star interior designer Kelly Wearstler partners with the centuries-old fabric and wallpaper company, Lee Jofa, to deliver the Graffito Salmon/Cream by Groundworks. A blend of fine art and street art, the bright peach, hand-painted print is currently on Fisher’s lineup for a future installation.

 

$75 per roll; andrewmartin.co.uk. Courtesy Andrew Martin

Penny Lane
“I’ve always been drawn to Andrew Martin’s wall coverings. They’re so well done and realistic,” the designer says. Of the London-based company’s charming designs, Fisher calls out Penny Post by Andrew Martin (in red) as one of his favorites. The print showcases a collection of vintage one penny stamps that add a touch of old-world charm to a study or bedroom.

 

Price upon request; astere.fr/en. Courtesy Asteré

Groovy Baby
For midcentury modern-inspired wall coverings, Fisher looks to Asteré, a brand that works with accomplished artists to develop its original designs. Created by the Paris-based Garance Vallée, L’ivresse, which features bold, geometric shapes evocative of the ’50s and ’60s. Fisher says the style is best used in larger spaces, such as hallways, stairwells or the many tall ceilings found in Southwest Florida homes.