• The Glyph Quick View
    • The Glyph Quick View
    • The Glyph
    • These pop-art people brighten up this bright wallcover. These very basic sketches that kind off resemble glyphs (hence the name) give this wallcover a very disctinct feel. A true D A I S Y  J A M E  S that, in good fashion, will take a long time until you've seen everything there is to see.
  • The Hex Quick View
    • The Hex Quick View
    • The Hex
    • D A I S Y  J A M E S wallcovers are non woven, so to break with tradition, we've made a non-woven wallcover depicting something woven. Beige hexagons that resemble woven furniture that can tie light colored rooms together like there's no tomorrow. The fact that it's a pattern make it very versatile and flexible to use. A bit more modest but not less exciting and certainly very D A I S Y  J A M E S
  • The Link Quick View
    • The Link Quick View
    • The Link
    • Sometimes one requires a more classical design, more neutral colors, and something that just blends in with the environment. In this case though, less is definitely more. The incredible detail gives a true sense of depth and texture, and makes one forget one is looking at a wallcover at all. Lots of geometrical shapes all actors in huge play, situated in a labyrinth without borders. A marvel of D A I S Y  J A M E S quality.
  • The Lipstick Quick View
    • The Lipstick Quick View
    • The Lipstick
    • You will never again be bored. In this design you will discover so many objects! Together they form a pattern like stained glass. You will never have a dull moment with D A I S Y  J A M E S on your walls.
  • The Aura Quick View
    • The Aura Quick View
    • The Aura
    • Feel the special energy emerging from this wallcovering. This wallcovering brings a light and airy atmosphere in the room.
  • The Loupe Quick View
    • The Loupe Quick View
    • The Loupe
    • Every time you look through them, you will discover new things and details. And that is exactly what we went for with this D A I S Y  J A M E S design. The shapes are things you can expect while looking through a microscope. Discover new structures every time you look at it and enhance your room with this orderly pattern.
  • The White Persian Quick View
    • The White Persian Quick View
    • The White Persian
    • Persians are famous for their beautiful geometrical designs. As it is forbidden for them to portray people and animals, they had to be creative. This inspired us for our white Persian design.
  • The  Milkmaid Quick View
    • The  Milkmaid Quick View
    • The Milkmaid
    • You probably immediately think of famous Vermeers painting. But there are more famous milkmaids: beautiful actress Nastassja Kinski played Tess, a milkmaid in Tess of the d’Urbervilles by Roman Polanski. D A I S Y J A M E S loves this story and designed this wallcovering to make sure this milkmaid gets all the attention she deserves.

  • The Aztec Quick View
    • The Aztec Quick View
    • The Aztec
    • The Aztec didn't care much for gold, nor for silver. Until the Spanish came. When they did, the native Americans found that Europeans would go through great lenghts to get their hands on the precious metals. A blessing at first, as they could sell the apparently worthless stuff for products they could actually use, which would soon turn into a curse as history has proven. The abundance of gold in their lands, however, stirred the imagination of many Europeans, conquestadors and artists alike. We at D A I S Y  J A M E S are happy to bring a part of legendary El Dorado onto your wall.
  • The Fountain Quick View
    • The Fountain Quick View
    • The Fountain
    • This geometrical pattern almost seems to be 3D, the way it tries to escape your wall. A fountain of D A I S Y  J A M E S to inspire all who lay their  eyes on it.
  • The Bolt Quick View
    • The Bolt Quick View
    • The Bolt
    • These hexagons add depth to the linen structure in the back. Simple but classy, and unmistakably D A I S Y  J A M E S. This wallcover shows how organic hard and mathematical shapes can be when the ratios are just right.
  • The Buck Quick View
    • The Buck Quick View
    • The Buck
    • In the early U.S. people could pay one another with a deer. Male deers are also known as bucks. As a buck was worth a dollar, the word got a similar meaning as well. That's why even today, people in the USA love to pay eachother figuratively with these magnificent animals. Who wouldn't want 4000 bucks on their wall?
  • The Hexagon Quick View
    • The Hexagon Quick View
    • The Hexagon
    • Shiny, Psychedelic but full of class. A honeycomb design you can't stop looking at. There's more than meets the eye in this one.
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