• 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 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 Honeycomb Quick View
    • The Honeycomb Quick View
    • The Honeycomb
    • Without bees we wouldn’t exist. Because of bees, plants and trees can reproduce themselves. We enjoy watching them doing their work in our gardens. We enjoy their sweet honey and wonder how they can make such an intricate design in their beehives. This design is an ode to our small friends and the important work they do.
  • The Vintage Trees Yellow Quick View
    • The Vintage Trees Yellow Quick View
    • The Vintage Trees Yellow
    • A world without trees is unthinkable: they provide us with oxygen, and lessen the greenhouse effect. They yield fruit and wood, and each is a home to thousands of insects and countless smaller forms of life. In the summer we can rest in their shadow. Come to rest with this natural and cosy D A I S Y  J A M E S wallcover.
  • The Viper Yellow Quick View
    • The Viper Yellow Quick View
    • The Viper Yellow
    • Do you like to live dangerously? Dare to cover your walls with our ferociously classy design. D A I S Y  J A M E S was inspired by the beautiful patterns that snakes have on their skins. Some for camouflage, others to make sure everybody knows what they're messing with. Another great example of the immense beauty in nature.
  • The Yellow Orchid Quick View
    • The Yellow Orchid Quick View
    • The Yellow Orchid
    • Orange orchids symbolize enthusiasm, boldness and pride. Orange orchids symbolize enthusiasm, boldness and pride. Together they form a magnificent pair in this warm D A I S Y  J A M E S design.
  • The Veneer Quick View
    • The Veneer Quick View
    • The Veneer
    • The fine art of appliance of thin layers of wood inspired us for this pattern. Discover the different layers in this D A I S Y  J A M E S wallcovering, and give your wall a classy wooden look.
  • The Bird of Paradise Quick View
  • The Limestone Quick View
    • The Limestone Quick View
    • The Limestone
    • D A I S Y  J A M E S likes to make your walls rock. This limestone design gives your room a sturdy and firm look.
  • The Yellowstone Quick View
    • The Yellowstone Quick View
    • The Yellowstone
    • The meaning of stones and rocks deal with solidity, stability and being grounded. They are representations of gravity and add a special feel of stability to your walls.
  • The Road Quick View
    • The Road Quick View
    • The Road
    • A numerological aspect of the hexagon includes communication, interfacing, balance and union. In gold, yellow and green, this wall theme lets you see through many communicating layers.
  • The Double Base Quick View
    • The Double Base Quick View
    • The Double Base
    • Performing on bass can be physically demanding. Combine this wallcovering with our  pillow "The Butterfly and The GTO".
  • The Yellow Telephone Quick View
    • The Yellow Telephone Quick View
    • The Yellow Telephone
    • Do you remember? This yellow telephone reminds us of the first days of the computer, bits and bytes and a lot of memories of the seventies and eighties.
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