Wallpaper often gets a bad rap—it’s either being peeled off in home renovations or thought of as a dated design feature. But thanks to new options from brands like Porter Teleo, that reputation is starting to change.
Based in Kansas City, Porter Teleo’s hand-painted wallcoverings have made them a household name among interior designers. Their creations have been installed in the homes of high-profile clients as well as public spaces. Just this year, Porter Teleo teamed up with SunTrust Park, home of the Atlanta Braves, to bring one of their signature prints to a club-level space.
The duo behind the brand, Bridgett Turner and Kelly Porter, recently released two new prints for the fall season, and both patterns are bound to transform an entire room. The first, Rhythm (pictured above), was inspired by the marks and curves found in geological formations.
Rhythm comes in two colorways: Noir and Geranium.
The second new design, Kintsugi, was inspired by a “traditional Japanese method of repair” called golden joinery.
Kintsugi comes a variety of colors, including Or, an emerald print accented with metallic gold, and Rose Gold, a neutral blush tone.
To see how other spaces have used Porter Teleo’s designs, check out their Instagram.