• The Past Quick View
    • The Past Quick View
    • The Past
    • It is sad that a view like on the wallcover, with birds in abundance, will soon be a vision of the past. Most of the animals that we have come to share the world with are all but extinct. The seas will soon be truely be fishless, and the land we'll share with small rodents. The yellow colours on this wallcover make it look like it's one of them old images hanging in schools' classrooms. Those that were made in simpler times, times where learning all the animals around a pond seemed very decent natural education. With our new Wallcover: The past D A I S Y  J A M E S tries to capture beauty of nature in general, but with a hint of nostalgia, and the fears that in a century, old, worn, discolored images are all we have left of what once was.
  • The Bird of Paradise Colour Quick View
    • The Bird of Paradise Colour Quick View
    • The Bird of Paradise Colour
    • In a paradise there's food aplenty. So much, in fact, that the dad-birds of some species don't have to help with feeding their offspring. This gives them a lot of spare time to come up with the most bizarre, (to us) attractive (to birds) and remarkable (to us) mating rituals, songs and choreographies. These are ever evolving, cause the competition isn't sitting still. They only live in paradise though, (for them being Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, and Northeastern Australia) so if you want to enjoy them you have to fly there (Sooner rather than later as deforestation is endangering most of the species) Or just decorate your wall with this D A I S Y  J A M E S wallcover featuring birds of paradise in all their splendor.
  • The Jungle NO.2 Quick View
    • The Jungle NO.2 Quick View
    • The Jungle NO.2
    • The jungle. A place where mother nature is still in charge. A place where it's warm and moist. For this wallcover D A I S Y  J A M E S let herself be inspired by the plants of the jungle. Big red seductive flowers. A gloomy athmosphere, and a less crisp, more classical approach.
  • The Jungle NO.1 Quick View
    • The Jungle NO.1 Quick View
    • The Jungle NO.1
    • The jungle. A place where mother nature is still in charge. A place where it's warm and moist. For this wallcover D A I S Y  J A M E S let herself be inspired by the plants of the jungle. Big red seductive flowers. A gloomy athmosphere, and a less crisp, more classical approach.
  • The L.A. River Quick View
    • The L.A. River Quick View
    • The L.A. River
    • Millions of people drive past it and over it every year. The L.A. River was once a mighty river which was eventually controlled and reduced to a trickling stream. Today, although the L.A. River does not serve as the premier water source for L.A., it is still a very important part of the history of the city.
  • The Bird of Paradise Quick View
  • The Orchid Quick View
    • The Orchid Quick View
    • The Orchid
    • Pink orchids symbolize femininity, grace, and joy. Confucius admired the orchid and wrote many poems regarding the exotic flower and compared them to the character of noble scholars. This is surely not an ordinary flower on your wall.
  • The Amber Tree Quick View
  • The Oasis Quick View
    • The Oasis Quick View
    • The Oasis
    • Oases are the lifelines of the desert. People as well as animals travel from far and wide to and between these precious places.  Made possible by inprobable sources of water, they are like diamonds to the eyes of the hungry and the thirsty. A good example of something beautiful, made even more so by the contrast they have with their surroundings, and the welcome sight they make to the observers. Now bring one in your home with this D A I S Y  J A M E S wallcover.
  • The Heron Quick View
    • The Heron Quick View
    • The Heron
    • The Heron is at home in three elements: water, earth and air. The Heron has one foot on land, and one foot in the water - this has been recognized by ancient cultures as a sign of liminality - of crossing into the a space that is neither here, nor there. In this beautiful wallcovering you can see the heron in an airy landscape of leaves.
  • The Wooden Wall Quick View
  • The Board Quick View
    • The Board Quick View
    • The Board
    • The structure of wooden floors and patterns inspired D A I S Y   J A M E S designing this wall-theme.
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