• The Palette Orange Red Quick View
    • The Palette Orange Red Quick View
    • The Palette Orange Red
    • Sometimes wallcovers are very specific, and only work one way. Other times they are more adaptive and can go in different colors to suit as many a wall as possible. It's an efficiency thing. Sometimes working smart is the way to go, especially if the endresult is still up there. This more abstract wallcover: The Palette comes in 6 variations and is a true D A I S Y  J A M E S. Here in Orange/red but, as said, also available in 5 other colours.
  • The Palette Ochre Quick View
    • The Palette Ochre Quick View
    • The Palette Ochre
    • Sometimes wallcovers are very specific, and only work one way. Other times they are more adaptive and can go in different colors to suit as many a wall as possible. It's an efficiency thing. Sometimes working smart is the way to go, especially if the endresult is still up there. This more abstract wallcover: The Palette comes in 6 variations and is a true D A I S Y  J A M E S. Here in Ochre but, as said, also available in 5 other colours.
  • The Palette Lime Green Quick View
    • The Palette Lime Green Quick View
    • The Palette Lime Green
    • Sometimes wallcovers are very specific, and only work one way. Other times they are more adaptive and can go in different colors to suit as many a wall as possible. It's an efficiency thing. Sometimes working smart is the way to go, especially if the endresult is still up there. This more abstract wallcover: The Palette comes in 6 variations and is a true D A I S Y  J A M E S. Here in Lime Green but, as said, also available in 5 other colours.
  • The Autumn Quick View
    • The Autumn Quick View
    • The Autumn
    • Autumn is the season of change. It's not everyones favourite season, being the one that starts the decline and recession of nature, before it arrives at its low point in the middle of the winter. It is, however, the most interesting season colorwise, when all the green is no longer required, yellow, brown, red and purple come to take its place. Fruits and seeds fall from the trees and the animal world is buzzing with all the winter preperations. It's also a melancholic time. The possibilities and opportunities of summer are gone, and the chill of winter is on the horizon. D A I S Y  J A M E S loves the fall and its moody aestethic, and this new wallcover translates that affection to your wall.
  • 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 Quick View
    • The Bird of Paradise Quick View
    • The Bird of Paradise
    • 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 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 Crown Petrol Quick View
    • The Crown Petrol Quick View
    • The Crown Petrol
    • Sometimes we at D A I S Y  J A M E S marvel at how birds seem to be made for walls. Even if they're not made for walls they still end up on a lot of our wallcovers, as is the case with The Crown. This wallcover features a string of blossom along the bottom of the wallcover, which passes into a pattern not unlike those ornaments seen on old cast-iron fences. It's a very pleasant wallcover that's available in green and red as well as petrol, so be sure to check those out too.

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