D A I S Y J A M E S Wallcovers featuring predominantly abstract shapes and figures.

Reality is what you make of it anyway.

  • The Tabby Quick View
    • The Tabby Quick View
    • The Tabby
    • Some cats are special. They have a special gen which makes them alike zebra's or cheetahs. It's easily distinguishable as it gives those cats a tabby. They're tabby cats. Now with this latest D A I S Y J A M E S wallcover: The Tabby, you can give your wall a tabby too!
  • The Platinum Quick View
    • The Platinum Quick View
    • The Platinum
    • Platinum means 'little silver' but except for the colour it's actually not like silver at all. Platinum is one of the least reactive metals. It has remarkable resistance to corrosion, even at high temperatures, and is therefore considered a noble metal where silver isn't. It's a very 'cool' metal though, used in a lot of high tech engineering applications. And it's this coolness we tried to grasp in this latest D A I S Y  J A M E S wallcover: The Platinum. Hard lines and the silverest grey we could find.
  • The Ring Quick View
    • The Ring Quick View
    • The Ring
    • Sometimes all it takes is just perfection and symmetry. But other times one requires a bit of wear and character to get the most out of something. D A I S Y  J A M E S wallcover: The Ring is a good example of the latter. Perfectly harmonious rings make a chain that just breathes perfect shapes. It's the imperfections however, that make this wallcover truly something else.Almost like the outside of a ship where waves have been chipping away at the colors for a long time.
  • The Palette Green Quick View
    • The Palette Green Quick View
    • The Palette 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 Green but, as said, also available in 5 other colours.
  • The Palette Blue Quick View
    • The Palette Blue Quick View
    • The Palette Blue
    • 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 Blue but, as said, also available in 5 other colours.
  • The Palette Pink Quick View
    • The Palette Pink Quick View
    • The Palette Pink
    • 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 Pink but, as said, also available in 5 other colours.
  • 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 Medley Quick View
    • The Medley Quick View
    • The Medley
    • D A I S Y  J A M E S likes challenging people. And with this wallcover : The Medley, we challenge you to find a place to rest your eyes. An incredible pallet of tiny details and patterns. Yellow and gold are certainly the dominant colors on the block but the longer you look, the more you see, and before you can even start to make sense of all of it your eyes are drawn to something new. Perfect for wide walls, and a true D A I S Y  J A M E S.
  • The Splash Quick View
    • The Splash Quick View
    • The Splash
    • When liquid suddenly gets disturped it creates a splash; An unpredictable and chaotic shattering of the liquid’s quiet surface. Sand can splash too but it’s water that gives the most exclusive splashes, So for this abstract D A I S Y  J A M E S wallcover we allowed the inspiration to come from this type of chaos. Grafitti depicting a splash. Complementary colors make it a very loud, interesting and abstract wallcover.
  • 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 Silkscreen Quick View
    • The Silkscreen Quick View
    • The Silkscreen
    • This printing technique was first applied in ancient China. Andy Warhol used this technique for his art work. D A I S Y  J A M E S also loves to apply silkscreen as you can see in this design.
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