• The Crane Quick View
    • The Crane Quick View
    • The Crane
    • The crane is one of the most common of majestic birds. It lives all over northern Eurasia, From Alaska to Scandinavia. As far as Japan, however, the bird doesn't fly. This didn't stop us letting ourselves be inspired by traditional Japanese art of course. We went for a 20's 30's 'Artdeco' style wallcover and it is easy to see it has class. Just like the bird it features it makes looking pretty be easy.
  • The Canopy Quick View
    • The Canopy Quick View
    • The Canopy
    • Life’s different in the Canopy. A whole new world where the most daring climbers live together with birds of flight. The tops of the trees can be like islands, With complex ecosystems, and lots of creatures great and small. They’re like beaches; transition zones between land and sky. Rich in biodiversity, very alien, and very beautiful. D A I S Y J A M E S let herself be inspired by this strange, yet pretty world for our wallcover: The Canopy. Very colorful and rich with things to behold.
  • The Groove Quick View
    • The Groove Quick View
    • The Groove
    • When you’re in the groove you want to stay in the groove. It’s comfortable in the groove. Things are predictable, you don’t have to think too much and everything's going well. When your pickup's needle's in the groove, a song is coming out of the speakers. Being in the groove is synonym for things going well. D A I S Y J A M E S is a big fan of things going well, and succeeded in catching that feeling in this new design. An interesting pattern of wood-like colors. Classic yet modern, natural but digital.
  • The Herald Quick View
    • The Herald Quick View
    • The Herald
    • Birds in colors you've never seen before! For this masterpiece D A I S Y  J A M E S let herself be inspired by the extravagant beauty of butterflies. Butterfly wings are well known for the raw beauty of their patterns, as are birds. So combining the two should bring about spectacular results right? Well we surely think so! But by al means, decide yourself.
  • The Giraffes Quick View
    • The Giraffes Quick View
    • The Giraffes
    • There is no such thing as too much giraffes. At least. That's what D A I S Y  J A M E S must have thought while designing this wallcover. A whole forest of giraffes! In a real forrest mind you. A forest of palm trees. They won't eat the palm trees (they think it's garbage) but you don't have to feed them either. So there's a win.
  • The Building Quick View
    • The Building Quick View
    • The Building
    • And now for something totally different. D A I S Y  J A M E S deemed it time for a change of pace and goes on to amaze with this psychedelic design. What at first sight appears a simple pattern, quickly has to admit to being more than it seems, and it is remarkable how easy it is to see different things in its rainbow-colored shapes. It can resemble a tall building with windows galore, a piece of film with characteristic squares on either side, or even a road network for a futuristic mega city!  Whoever lays their eyes on it is sure to surprise you with an interpretation of their own, which is what pretty things are all about.
  • The Geisha Mint Quick View
    • The Geisha Mint Quick View
    • The Geisha Mint
    • Our brain is conditioned to notice patterns, because they provide a bit of order in an otherwise chaotic world. In the real world however, patterns are almost never perfect, we have to look past the small differences in repetitions to be able to see the big picture. D A I S Y J A M E S tries to catch that feeling in our new walllcover: The Geisha. An intriguing design that on first glance looks like a perfectly repeating pattern, but the longer you look the more the differences get noticeable. In two different colors this wallcover is very versatile. Is it your perfect fit?
  • The Geisha Pastel Quick View
    • The Geisha Pastel Quick View
    • The Geisha Pastel
    • Our brain is conditioned to notice patterns, because they provide a bit of order in an otherwise chaotic world. In the real world however, patterns are almost never perfect, we have to look past the small differences in repetitions to be able to see the big picture. D A I S Y J A M E S tries to catch that feeling in our new walllcover: The Geisha. An intriguing design that on first glance looks like a perfectly repeating pattern, but the longer you look the more the differences get noticeable. In two different colors this wallcover is very versatile. Is it your perfect fit?
  • The Drapes Quick View
    • The Drapes Quick View
    • The Drapes
    • Drapery has always been exclusive. Heavy cloth to decorate the most exquisite rooms. Traditionally drapes are found mostly around windows, but they are worn as well. Especially in paintings and scultures they are popular, because the folds make the depicted seem that more lifelike. According to the ancient Greeks floating drapery makes visible the line of movement through which it has just passed.Drapery, by suggesting lines of force, indicates for each action a past and a possible future. D A I S Y  J A M E S uses them to decorate your walls. This wallcover is perfect for large rooms and very versatile.
  • The Beige Perigone Quick View
    • The Beige Perigone Quick View
    • The Beige Perigone
    • As much as flowers can stand for the new, the future, youth and reincarnation, they can also stand for memories. They can help us with mourning, and withered flowers even remind us of the impermancene of life. They make one look back and look forward at the same time, for withered though they might be, spring will come, and with it comes the beginning of a new cycle. D A I S Y J A M E S proudly presents to you this new wallcover: The Perigone. In 4 colors to suit many a need.
  • The Orange/Green Perigone Quick View
    • The Orange/Green Perigone Quick View
    • The Orange/Green Perigone
    • As much as flowers can stand for the new, the future, youth and reincarnation, they can also stand for memories. They can help us with mourning, and withered flowers even remind us of the impermancene of life. They make one look back and look forward at the same time, for withered though they might be, spring will come, and with it comes the beginning of a new cycle. D A I S Y J A M E S proudly presents to you this new wallcover: The Perigone. In 4 colors to suit many a need.
  • The Blue Perigone Quick View
    • The Blue Perigone Quick View
    • The Blue Perigone
    • As much as flowers can stand for the new, the future, youth and reincarnation, they can also stand for memories. They can help us with mourning, and withered flowers even remind us of the impermancene of life. They make one look back and look forward at the same time, for withered though they might be, spring will come, and with it comes the beginning of a new cycle. D A I S Y  J A M E S proudly presents to you this new wallcover: The Perigone. In 4 colors to suit many a need.
  • The Jumbo Quick View
    • The Jumbo Quick View
    • The Jumbo
    • In Hindu, Jain, and Buddhist cosmology there exists a sacred five-peaked mountain, that is considered to be the center of all the physical and spiritual universes. It is called Mount Meru, and on it grow trees known as ‘Jambu’ (Jumboo) that are said to bear trees as big as elephants. It was this tree a London zookeeper thought of when he gave an African bush elephant his name. This elephant would become famous for giving rides to visitors, and when the zoo wanted to sell it, 100.000 schoolchildren wrote to queen Victoria beging her to put a stop to it. Elephants have always fascinated us. They are big, mostly gentle, and come from far away (the hearts of india or the bushes of sub sahara africa). They seem almost mythical and magical, and seemed the perfect fit for this mystical D A I S Y J A M E S wallcover.
  • The Billiard Quick View
    • The Billiard Quick View
    • The Billiard
    • Green and gold go together perfectly. They both exhale class, they both are easy on the eye, and timeless. The combination looked as well in ancient rome and it will look well in the year 4000, wherever the center of the world might be then. Both colors work together to make this wallpaper something special. Together with  a pretty honeycomb motive we have created something truely D A I S Y  J A M E S.
  • The Wajang Quick View
    • The Wajang Quick View
    • The Wajang
    • Wajang is a form of puppet theatre art found in Indonesia and other parts of Southeast Asia, wherein a dramatic story is told through shadows thrown by puppets and sometimes combined with human characters. It is really an amazing form of artistic expression. The term derives from the word bayang, which means ‘shadow’ and also ‘imagination’. Traditionally a show lasted from midnight until dawn. D A I S Y  J A M E S managed to capture the mysterious feeling of this game of shadows. You can see the tropics, you can almost feel them, maybe you even hear the birds, but it’s clear not all of them is there. Shadows let you use your imagination in new and exciting ways, and be honest; It looks so tight!
  • The Link Quick View
    • The Link Quick View
    • The Link
    • Sometimes one requires a more classical design, more neutral colors, and something that just blends in with the environment. In this case though, less is definitely more. The incredible detail gives a true sense of depth and texture, and makes one forget one is looking at a wallcover at all. Lots of geometrical shapes all actors in huge play, situated in a labyrinth without borders. A marvel of D A I S Y  J A M E S quality.
  • The Aviary Quick View
    • The Aviary Quick View
    • The Aviary
    • Birds have fascinated us since time immemorial. The fact that they can fly, a feat that we have only managed to achieve a short century ago (and even then just with the help of machine), has always be the source of great envy. Birds are very symbolic too. The romans could foretell the future just by looking at the kinds of birds that flew above them. The owl stands for wisdom, the dove for peace, while the peacock is a universal symbol for fertility. People have come to keep birds as well, and while some birds can be trained not to fly away, like falcons, most must have their wings cut like poultry, or be locked up in a cage. As many people can see the irony in admiring these birds for their sense of freedom, and then locking them away, D A I S Y  J A M E S now offers the best of two worlds. With ‘Wallcover: The Aviary’ you can enjoy these marvelous creatures, without harming any of them.
  • The Timeless Women Quick View
    • The Timeless Women Quick View
    • The Timeless Women
    • Looking through the curtains are some faces that might look familiar. D A I S Y  J A M E S went out of her way with this spectacular design. One instantly recognizes the famous Lisa Gherardini, her crooked smile known far and wide, or the mysterious ‘Girl with a Pearl Earring’, whose worldly counterpart will probably remain unknown forever. The Florentine Leonardo da Vinci, and the Dutch Johannes Vermeer, acquired a lot of fame over them. Maybe you can also spot Cecilia Gallerani, or Artemisia Gentileschi the first female painting artist. All women from ages ago, a time before photographs, but on canvas, and in some cases wood, their beauty and character have been preserved to the point they peek right trough your wall in the 21st century. An impressive masterpiece.
  • The Mermaid Quick View
    • The Mermaid Quick View
    • The Mermaid
    • Wallcover: The mermaid,  designed by:  D A I S Y  J A M E S. This blue, soothing wallpaper is sure to relax even the most excited of souls. It resembles the ocean in a way, definitely makes one think of it, but not the sunny beach kind of way. More in a way that makes one apreciate the depth and the mysteries that are sure to be hidden in the vast nothingness of  the ocean. Mermaids, sirens, giant squids. It's big enough to spark anyone's imagination. We let it inspire us and the result is as mysterious as it is pleasing on the eye. See for yourself the marvels that are hidden in this new design.
  • The Blossom Quick View
    • The Blossom Quick View
    • The Blossom
    • Blossom is the universal symbol of spring and promise. There's not a soul alive that doesn't get happy from spring, and its beautiful rains of pretty petals. Now is your chance to bring spring into your home, D A I S Y  J A M E S style!  
  • The Founding Feathers Quick View
    • The Founding Feathers Quick View
    • The Founding Feathers
    • When life is abundant and competition is fierce, standing out of the crowd requires a little extra effort. Having the most fashionable feather coat around surely helps with besting one's neighbours, and as birds can see and display twice as many colors we can, we're left guessing for the true extend of their glamour. All we can say is: They look wonderful seeing only half of them.
  • The Tribe Pattern Collection no. 1 Quick View
    • The Tribe Pattern Collection no. 1 Quick View
    • The Tribe Pattern Collection no. 1
    • The richness in shapes and vibrance of colors in this piece will never grow old. The combination of warm pastel colors with clear and distinct tribal shapes will surely inspire you for years to come.
  • The Tribe Collection no. 3 Quick View
    • The Tribe Collection no. 3 Quick View
    • The Tribe Collection no. 3
    • Like with Australian chocolates, you won't know when to stop. Such an increddible amount of details are packed on so small a space. But like the chocolate, this D A I S Y J A M E S wallcover is delicate and never overwelming.
  • The Tribe Pattern Collection no. 2 Quick View
    • The Tribe Pattern Collection no. 2 Quick View
    • The Tribe Pattern Collection no. 2
    • Paths are made by walking, and white creates light. We at D A I S Y J A M E S love new paths, and light as well, so we set out to prove that tribal art goes great on white as well. Looks pretty neat right?
  • The Tribe Pattern Collection no. 3 Quick View
    • The Tribe Pattern Collection no. 3 Quick View
    • The Tribe Pattern Collection no. 3
    • Paths are made by walking, and white creates light. We at D A I S Y J A M E S love new paths, and light as well, so we set out to prove that tribal art goes great on white as well. Looks pretty neat right?
  • The Tribe Collection no. 2 Quick View
    • The Tribe Collection no. 2 Quick View
    • The Tribe Collection no. 2
    • 'The more you know, the less you need' thus goes the aboriginal proverb. Tribal art is often stuffed with wisdom like that if only one knows where to look. We at D A I S Y J A M E S dare you to go look for it.
  • The Tribe Collection no. 1 Quick View
    • The Tribe Collection no. 1 Quick View
    • The Tribe Collection no. 1
    • The richness in shapes and vibrance of colours in this piece will never grow old. The combination of warm pastel colors with clear and distinct tribal shapes will surely inspire you for years to come.
  • The Yard no. 2 Quick View
    • The Yard no. 2 Quick View
    • The Yard no. 2
    • People like surrounding their houses with a nice composition of plants. Pretty flowers, idylic trees, orderly hedges, or playful bushes. D A I S Y J A M E S loves her yard and used is as inspiration for this magical design. The Yard no.2 designed By:  D A I S Y  J A M E S
  • The Yard Quick View
    • The Yard Quick View
    • The Yard
    • People like surrounding their houses with a nice composition of plants. Pretty flowers, idylic trees, orderly hedges, or playful bushes. D A I S Y J A M E S loves her yard and used is as inspiration for this magical design. The Yard nm2 designed By:  D A I S Y  J A M E S

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