D A I S Y J A M E S Wallcovers featuring predominantly animals.

Did you know humans are animals too? It’s crazy.

  • The Salmon Quick View
    • The Salmon Quick View
    • The Salmon
    • The sea always has some air of sophistication about it, and that's no different with this D A I S Y  J A M E S Wallcover: The Salmon.  It has those special shades of green that are characterestic for the subaquatic world, pretty shells, and a lovely contrast with the pink fish and seahorses. The details on this one are a sight to behold and once again, it's an easy one to get lost in.
  • The Marigold Quick View
    • The Marigold Quick View
    • The Marigold
    • D A I S Y  J A M E S and flowers go way back. We love to put them everywhere and to decorate your wall with them. This latest flowery addition to the collection is an epic accolade to their splendor and diversity. The royal, golden theme of this wallcover ensure a pleasant atmosphere, and there's a lot of animals to find if you have sharp eye. A true ode to flowers.
  • The Waterfront Quick View
    • The Waterfront Quick View
    • The Waterfront
    • The Waterfront. The waterfront is a special place. Only very thin stretches of surface can be considered waterfront, and they're usually crawling with highly specialized plants and critters. Birds especially are right at home there, easily conquering the air, the land, and the watersurface; some are great divers too! D A I S Y  J A M E S went to capture the birds and the vibrance of life at the waterfront in this Wallcover - The Waterfront, and vibrant it looks. The black backdrop compliments the colors of the plants and birds without being too overwhelming, and in true D A I S Y  J A M E S fashion, there's always something to look at. Our seamless wallcover is a single piece of vinyl, manufactured to your specifications.
  • The Waterfront Blue and White Quick View
    • The Waterfront Blue and White Quick View
    • The Waterfront Blue and White
    • The Waterfront. The waterfront is a special place. Only very thin stretches of surface can be considered waterfront, and they're usually crawling with highly specialized plants and critters. Birds especially are right at home there, easily conquering the air, the land, and the watersurface; some are great divers too! D A I S Y  J A M E S went to capture the birds and the vibrance of life at the waterfront in this Wallcover - The Waterfront, and vibrant it looks. The black backdrop compliments the colors of the plants and birds without being too overwhelming, and in true D A I S Y  J A M E S fashion, there's always something to look at. Our seamless wallcover is a single piece of vinyl, manufactured to your specifications.
  • The Crowned Past Quick View
    • The Crowned Past Quick View
    • The Crowned Past
    • Cranes are among the most magnificant crowned birds on the planet and having featured a prominent role in our Wallcover: The Past this Crowned Crane now gets one all for its very own. In an asymetrical bubble pattern, on a cool grey backdrop with hints of green. Just like with our 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 Past Dim Quick View
    • The Past Dim Quick View
    • The Past Dim
    • Another take on our crowned Wallcover: The Past. Featuring a more tropical landscape hinting at waterfalls in the disctance, but again with a certain coolness that implies a more sofisticated story. This isn't just a celebration of life and nature. There is a certain sadness dripping through the lines. It looks more like a photo than it does a lively image and that is kind of the point. It's like a memory. A snapshot with nostalgia as its sole purpose. Or maybe we can still learn from the past.
  • The Streak NO.2 Quick View
    • The Streak NO.2 Quick View
    • The Streak NO.2
    • Every zebra in the entire herd, has a stripe pattern unlike any other. D A I S Y  J A M E S loves this individuality, and how beautiful they are to see. People believe these stripes confuse lions (who can only see in black and white) and others believe they are used for camouflage. This  last explenation seems pretty unlikely to us, as their habitat is neither black nor white.
  • The Streak Quick View
    • The Streak Quick View
    • The Streak
    • Every zebra in the entire herd, has a stripe pattern unlike any other. D A I S Y  J A M E S loves this individuality, and how beautiful they are to see. People believe these stripes confuse lions (who can only see in black and white) and others believe they are used for camouflage. This  last explenation seems pretty unlikely to us, as their habitat is neither black nor white.
  • The Herald Pastel Quick View
    • The Herald Pastel Quick View
    • The Herald Pastel
    • Birds in colours 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 Herald Colour Quick View
    • The Herald Colour Quick View
    • The Herald Colour
    • Birds in colours 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 Herald Turquoise Quick View
    • The Herald Turquoise Quick View
    • The Herald Turquoise
    • Birds in colours 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 Herald Ocher Quick View
    • The Herald Ocher Quick View
    • The Herald Ocher
    • Birds in colours 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 Herald Terra Quick View
    • The Herald Terra Quick View
    • The Herald Terra
    • Birds in colours 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 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 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 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.
  • The Crane NO.2 Quick View
    • The Crane NO.2 Quick View
    • The Crane NO.2
    • 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 Crane NO.1 Quick View
    • The Crane NO.1 Quick View
    • The Crane NO.1
    • 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 Giraffes Quick View
    • The Giraffes Quick View
    • The Giraffes
    • There is no such thing as too many giraffes. At leastthat's what D A I S Y  J A M E S 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. A perfect match for people who like giraffes. A lot.
  • The Jumbo Beige Quick View
    • The Jumbo Beige Quick View
    • The Jumbo Beige
    • 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 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 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 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 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 Bengal Quick View
    • The Bengal Quick View
    • The Bengal
    • They keep themselves hidden in the bushes to stalk their prey. Mysterious, strong and extinct. Look more than once and discover this magnificent animal.
  • The Persian Quick View
    • The Persian Quick View
    • The Persian
    • The Persian Greyhound, is a dog originally bred in the Fertile Crescent. These elegant dogs were the company of kings and noblemen. They form a beautiful basis for this design inspired by Persian treasures.
  • The Flame Quick View
    • The Flame Quick View
    • The Flame
    • The name "flamingo" comes from Portugese and Spanish flamengo, which means "flame-colored". These birds have been admired for their pretty feather coats. That range from very light pink to orange and almost red. D A I S Y  J A M E S likes the passion they portray and the way they move about with mien of lord or lady. A flock of these brings life to any wall, but this particular transforms your room into a throne room in the blink of an eye.
  • The Flamingo Quick View
    • The Flamingo Quick View
    • The Flamingo
    • Flamingos symbolize beauty, balance, and grace. They are flirtatious and a little bold. The flamingo may be letting you know that it is time for you to get out and socialize and have some fun in your life. This stylish flamingo will surely revive your wall!
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