Rifle Paper Co. Is Finally Launching a Wallpaper Collection

Emma Bazilian
Photo credit: Rifle Paper Co.
Photo credit: Rifle Paper Co.

From House Beautiful

If, like us, you've found yourself looking at Rifle Paper Co.'s whimsical botanical prints and thinking, "I need that on my walls!" we have some very exciting news: The uber-popular stationery and home lifestyle company is finally launching its first permanent wallpaper collection—and it's a major one.

The new line, produced by York Wallcovering, features 76 different designs with specialty options like sisal grasscloth, metallic ink, and digitally-printed murals. "We worked together to create a collection that offers designs for customers who love our bold florals, but we’ve also brought our signature aesthetic to new takes on classic designs that will work in a wide variety of homes," says Rifle founder and chief creative officer Anna Bond, who also noted that "wallpaper has consistently been a top search term on our site."

Among the offerings, you'll find Rifle favorites (like the floral Garden Party and animal-themed Fable) as well as brand-new patterns including Hawthorne, an oh-so-grandmillennial spin on an old-school botanical motif, and Peacock, an oversized chinoiserie print. There's even a selection of complementary solids.

Our favorite, though, might have to be the just-introduced Caumont. Inspired by an 18th-century farmhouse that designer Anna Rifle Bond visited during a trip to France (as well as an antique pattern from York's archives), it's filled with lemon trees, manicured gardens, and even a few roaming chickens—a dreamy summer vacation in wallpaper form.

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