MARTHA STEWART | The Five Most Iconic Wallpaper Designs of All Time
“Released in 1965 as a modern, stylized animal print, Les Touches by Brunschwig & Fils reads part polka dot and part abstract pattern, making it versatile enough to work in just about any space. Within years of its release, the fabric and wallpaper design was available in a range of colorways, including blue and pink, securing its place as the reigning animal print of the interior design world. ‘Combined with the matching fabric, it makes a strong statement in any room, but can also blend well with other patterns,’ Karpf says. Adds Laurie Blumenfeld-Russo of Laurie Blumenfeld Design, ‘Animal prints never go out of style.'”
– By Caroline Biggs, excerpt marthastewart.com
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