Bay Area designer Erica Tanov specializes in timeless romanticism; she’s one of those cult under-the-radar brands that several of us at Remodelista follow (and collect). In the past few years, she’s been experimenting with custom-printed textiles for the home. Her newest creation? Wallpaper inspired by nature, rendered in rich, sultry colors mixed with metallics. Stay tuned for its debut in early July in-store and online at Erica Tanov.
Above: The paper is hand silkscreen-printed in Los Angeles. Each roll is 27 inches wide and 10 yards long, with pricing ranging from $90 to $100 per roll.
Above: The Fern pattern shown in charcoal with gold.
Above: Samples of Tendril.
Above: Fern in cream with chocolate.
For Erica’s insights on mixing print, pattern, and color, see our previous post: Expert Advice: How to Use Color and Pattern for the Minimalist.