New Wallpaper Collection | Emma Hayes Textiles


We're loving these new wallpapers from New Zealand-based company, Emma Hayes Textiles. Amalgamating traditional artistic techniques and digital methods, Hayes depicts her ideas of incorporating a gestural element into interiors and exploring inspirations from the natural world. Just returning to designing after a leave from having triplet boys (now 3 years old), Emma's new collection is a breath of fresh air. Let's take a look!




In the latest collection, the wall becomes the canvas for an exploration of tone and scale. The ‘Bloom’ series is inspired both by New Zealand artist, Colin McCahon’s Northland panels, and his concept of walking past the paintings in order to view them, along with the large scale colour field
paintings of his American Abstract Expressionist contemporaries. Its billowing cloud-like shapes disperse through the atmosphere, creating repeating mural design. Bloom wallpaper can be installed with the detail at top or bottom.

(Above) Bloom wallpaper, Sage:
Traditional rattan screen – Alex and Corban @alexandcorban
Bordeau console – Boconcept @boconceptnz
Vases/ceramics – Rachel Carter Ceramics @rachelcarterceramics
Parison pendant by Cheshire Architects – Resident @residentnz
Dried flowers by Markantonia – Markantonia @mark.antonia.ltd



Bloom wallpaper, Plum:
A&C French flax linen duvet in dusky pink – Alex and Corban @alexandcorban
Linen Throw – Alex and Corban @alexandcorban
Agra Knot Duchess rug by Armadillo & Co – The Ivy House @theivyhousenz
Border Side Table by Simon James – Simon James Design @simonjamesconceptstore
Vase – Rachel Carter Ceramics @rachelcarterceramics
Sherwood vinyl flooring – Flooring Xtra @flooringxtra

‘Tussock’, as the name suggests references the expansive and distinctive grasslands of Central Otago, intending to bring a natural and neutral colour palette indoors with a gentle sense of movement.
‘Petals Pressed’ references the act of flower pressing, preserving a moment in time, colour, feeling and memory in the faded but also saturated colours within.

The brand works with heritage manufacturers to create its non-woven paper wallcoverings, drawing on more than 100 years of manufacturing experience. It treats its' environmental responsibility seriously with papers sourced from FSC® or PEFC™ certified forests and inks made from organic pigments that are free from heavy metals. Careful consideration is taken to work with high quality papers of fine tactility.

Designs are available to purchase in commercial or residential grade wallcoverings, along with a series of fabrics in natural cloths and harder wearing weaves.


Tussock wallcovering, Fawn
Bertoia Diamond Chair by Harry Bertoia – Studio Italia @studioitalia
Long wool sheepskin – Bianca Lorenne @biancalorennestore and who we borrowed through (who represent them) @sourcehomeobject
Clarkson Floor Lamp by Visual Comfort – ECC @eccnewzealand
Berber Knot Ghan rug by Armadillo & Co – The Ivy House @theivyhousenz
Border Side Table by Simon James – Simon James Design @simonjamesconceptstore
Sherwood vinyl flooring – Flooring Xtra @flooringxtra


Tussock wallcovering, Grey



Bloom Plum framed:
'Originals' drop leaf dining table by Ercol – Good Form @goodform_design
Solo chair by Mattiazzi – Simon James Design @simonjamesconceptstore
Parison pendant by Cheshire Architects – Resident @residentnz
Vases/ceramics – Rachel Carter Ceramics @rachelcarterceramics
Dried flowers by Markantonia – Markantonia @mark.antonia.ltd



Petals Pressed, Sage:
Gallery style bench seat – Mid Century Swag @midcenturyswag
Studio light by Visual Comfort – ECC @eccnewzealand
Twill throw – Nodi Rugs @nodirugs



Petals Pressed, Blush:
Button ottoman in mustard – Me and My Trend @meandmytrend
Osso chair by Mattiazzi – Simon James @simonjamesconceptstore
Arch Vanity table by Douglas and Bec – Douglas and Bec @douglasandbec
Arch Vanity mirror by Douglas and Bec – Douglas and Bec @douglasandbec
Vase – Rachel Carter Ceramics @rachelcarterceramics
Dried flowers by Markantonia – Markantonia @mark.antonia.ltd
Sherwood vinyl flooring – Flooring Xtra @flooringxtra

All images:
Styling: Juliette Wanty @juliettewanty
Photography: Dean Foster @from_j_to_k

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