Available in four patterns, each in four colorways, the wallpapers were designed by Heath using materials such as watercolor, cut paper, and gouache. The resulting papers are made in Chicago by Hygge & West, a small wallpaper operation that partners with independent designers and illustrators on its patterns.
Photography courtesy of Heath Ceramics.
Above: Pattern Slice in color charcoal is reminiscent of an architect’s drawing.
All the wallpapers shown here are $140 per 27-inch-wide, 30-foot-long roll (67.5 square feet). Additional colors are priced up to $190 per roll.
Above: Slice in gray makes use of metallic gold lines.
All wallpapers are made to order and are delivered within three to four weeks.
Above: The Arcade pattern, shown in gold, is composed of exploded circles reassembled along hand-drawn geometric lines.
Samples are available for all 16 combinations; $5 per 8.5-by-11-inch sample.
Above: Pattern Strike, shown here in charcoal, is a modern interpretation of a traditional plaid.
Above: Strike in navy, with lines in metallic gold.
Above: Heath developed the Quilt pattern, shown in copper, by layering hexagon and diamond-shaped tiles.
For more from Heath, see Required Reading: Tile Makes the Room: Good Design from Heath Ceramics.