Everytime this year, we stow away our summer clothes and get ready for the fall with warmer clothes and possibly some new ones to refresh our wardrobe. Many of us do the same ritual with our interior. We take off the summer-white slipcovers; although, we’ve been known to leave them on sometimes as winter white, and let our darker, more fall-like colors show.
While reading the September issue of Traditional Home, it was apparent they were pairing wallcoverings with fall fashions in their New+Next section in a clever feature called Soul Mates. The models disappear within the wallpaper. What a clever idea!
Here’s their body of work.
This reminded me of Emma Hack, the famous body paint artist, who makes her models ‘disappear’ within the canvases that surround them.
Or, Liu Bolin, who literally paints himself away to be nearly invisible within the his surroundings. In his case, it is usually a landscape. Amazing!
So I tried it with on of our Abstract wallcoverings, which happened to be inspired by this model’s dress.
If you’re considering changing your fall interior fashion, check here for all the Casart options.
Let us know what you’d like to see for your fall interior.
Kristin Nicholas’s Matisse inspired wallcovering has been popular for this changing season.
Here’s her Garden of Family Farm Life Mural in a room setting in a similar Butternut and or Pumpkin Spice colorway — perfect for this Fall.