Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Tyler Hall Wallpaper

Tyler Hall is a small wallpaper line that may not have the name recognition of Brunschwig or Scalamandre, but what it does have are some knock-out designs. Some of their patterns are document prints which are sure to impress the traditionalists out there. But what the line really excels at, in my opinion, are prints that are graphic and colorful.

I love the pattern
"Exeter" above. I used this wallpaper in the black/graphite colorway in my powder room. It is the perfect backdrop for bold accessories which is the reason why I chose it. If you would prefer a bolder pattern, perhaps some of their other patterns might suit you.

"Casa di Whitney" in the Red/Coral colorway

"Villaggio di Cina" in the Black/Taupe colorway

"Gallery Gardens" in Coral colorway

in the Wrought Iron colorway (yellow/black)

"Summertime" in Honey

"Cottage Gate" in Perennial Blue


  1. casapinka9:57 AM

    I've died and gone to heaven with this post. Where do I start? Coral (the color) is underused and I think it will come into its own soon. I just love all of these. Would you show us a photo of your powder room? So romantic and ladylike to have a powder room - and wallpapered no less.

  2. Echoes of David Hicks in some of these, especially Cottage Gate and Exeter.

  3. What a nice array you put together here.

  4. Kristen5:50 PM

    Great post! Love the bold ideas. I linked you at www.shakhammer.com!

  5. Fantastic post POC. I love these wallpapers - thanks for showing this wonderful range!!

  6. PoC thank you! Great post, as I'm on the hunt for wallpaper!!

  7. Anonymous12:35 PM

    Try DesignerWallcoverings.com for other great selections