not your granny’s wallpaper.
i recently discovered flat vernacular’s very unconventional wallpaper via lonny magazine. a brooklyn-based husband and wife design duo creating wallcoverings quite unlike anything your grandmother may have hung in her powder room, brian kaspr and payton cosell turner’s designs are all original, hand-drawn, hand-printed, and one of a kind wallpapers. there’s definitely some vintage inspiration here, but with an edgy spin — take the TOILE DE DERBY – DRIVERS DOOR for example. a lovely toile wallpaper, only this one depicts, yep — a demolition derby car all smashed up. now i can see that being utterly adorable in your littlest man’s room, no?
flat vernacular strives to provide a wide range of thoughtful colorways. However, they also understand that sometimes standard colorways don’t play nicely with your preferred color schemes. Thus they offer the option to customize any of their current patterns to match your décor. You can choose colors from other patterns flat vernacular offers, or you can ask them to color match anything from your space — from paint colors, fabrics, carpets, leaves, tiles, stained glass, and everything in between. here’s a few of my favorites from flat vernacular.