• The Lily Quick View
    • The Lily Quick View
    • The Lily
    • The lily that this wallcover is named after is absent in its final form. It has been there for a big part of its creation however, and its long lasting presense certainly helped make the end result what it is today. This pinkish-brown wallcover,  heavily inspired by impressionistic art nouveau  just breathes class. There's a worn looking pattern that just yearns for further inspection, and as much D A I S Y  J A M E S in there as one would want.
  • The Look Pink Quick View
    • The Look Pink Quick View
    • The Look Pink
    • D A I S Y  J A M E S likes faces. We are intrigued by them a million times over. Eyes in particular. they can be deep and mysterious as the sea. And most of all, our own eyes are drawn to them. We are hardwired to look at eyes, as most animals are (although most get very shy when you stare) Try to look at this wallcover without meeting their stare. The look is available in grey as well as pink.
  • The Spring Quick View
    • The Spring Quick View
    • The Spring
    • The winds are howling and the rains are falling, but things are finally looking up again. The birds start singing, the leaf buds are near bursting, and one by one the trees start to blossom. It’s a time of year D A I S Y J A M E S enjoys very much and it’s one of the best things to let yourself get inspired by. This latest wallcover might seem a bit old fashioned at first, but if you look closely you’ll see there’s much more to this one than your average ‘pink flower pattern’. A modern classic at it’s conception!
  • The Bloom Quick View
    • The Bloom Quick View
    • The Bloom
    • Everybody loves roses, and that is what inspired this new wallcover by D A I S Y  J A M E S. It's playful, warm, and intriguing. This lovely pink and blue wallcover will surely lighten every place up.
  • The Blush Quick View
    • The Blush Quick View
    • The Blush
    • A blush is attractive. It shouts healthy, people try to simulate a blush with make up, and if you look closely at many older portraits (especially in the classical era) It's easy to see a good blush was considered a beauty ideal. Pastel colors and materials go well with this D A I S Y  J A M E S wallcover.

  • The Slikscreen Quick View
    • The Slikscreen Quick View
    • The Slikscreen
    • 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 silk screen as you can see in this design.
  • The Afternoon Quick View
    • The Afternoon Quick View
    • The Afternoon
    • Coulourful, stylish, classical, this wallcovering just has it all. It reminds us of a lazy relaxed summer afternoon. You just wish it would never end. This one will stay for many years!
  • Pink Delft Quick View
    • Pink Delft Quick View
    • Pink Delft
    • Delft blue in the blender. Blue and pink don't always go well together but in this case D A I S Y  J A M E S got it spot on. It seems to be just the right amount of diverging colors they need.
  • The Pink Lady Quick View
    • The Pink Lady Quick View
    • The Pink Lady
    • D A I S Y  J A M E S likes pink. Of that we make no secret. Pink always makes a powerful statement. Too powerful for some, but we like it that way. Pink Lady is one of our most populair wallcovers and we're pretty proud ourselves of this daring design.
  • The Circuit Quick View
    • The Circuit Quick View
    • The Circuit
    • There is beauty in technology. Everybody who has looked at a computer's circuit board will agree it looks like the street network of a giant city. And in a way it is. There's no people living there, but it is a hub of productivity nonetheless.
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