Favorite Spoonflower artists
Wallpaper is one of my favorite interior design trends–though can we really call it a trend if it’s been around for so long? Either way, wallpaper is in and here to stay and I’m so glad because–COLOR and PATTERN! It opens up so many possibilities in a space, and it’s doable as a DIY.
You’ve probably seen me use Spoonflower wallpapers (and fabrics!) before, like in my old master bedroom makeover, this summery tablescape, a fabric-covered lampshade, and most recently this DIY duffel bag picnic blanket tote. And while I can’t say more now, keep your eyes peeled for some more Spoonflower fun coming up soon. 😉
Favorite Spoonflower Artists
I’ve made it super easy for you to get to these artists’ work–just click on their name or their artworks to be instantly transported to their shops!
I haven’t done the math but I’m thinking Holli might be the most prolific artist on Spoonflower. She has over 3700 designs and they’re all good! She has more of a boho flair intermixed with some more French-inspired styles. I think she’s open to customizing them too if you ever need it! I’ve used a number of her patterns like on this lamp. And stay tuned for our upcoming office makeover! You can see some of my favorite Holli designs in our collection here.
Helen P Designs
I picked out a few Helen P Designs for our office makeover like this oranges above. I think it would also make a great dress!
Design by MLags
I’m in LOVE with these gorgeous moody florals from MLags!
If some of these look familiar from our DIY duffle bag picnic blanket tote, that’s because these are my sister’s designs!
My sister has done freelance pattern work and in-house pattern work for a number of companies and she’s so good. She’s put past patterns into her Spoonflower shop.
I thought this floral would be fun for a girl’s room or something!
Willow Lane Designs
Designs by Kelly Attenborough
Designs by Muhlenkott
If you’re a big fan of William Morris, Peacoquette’s Spoonflower shop is the place to find William Morris-inspired wallpaper designs (and more). Also, I just noticed that she has over 4500 designs! She wins the contest!
Crumpets and Crabsticks
Designs by Kate Rhees
Melissa Hyatt Fabrics
Fern Leslie Studio
Forest and SeaAugust Croft
We used Danika’s Citrus Grove Toile for our Mother’s Day tablescape last year so it’s a personal favorite.
Lana Red Studio
Lana Red’s designs are geared toward fabric and home decor over wallpaper, but I couldn’t resist showing you her work anyway.
Katie is a friend of Lars. She even was a featured artist in Picture Hope Coloring Book. She makes the coolest clothes with her self-designed fabrics. You can take a look at them here on her Instagram.
Mia has some awesome stripes and plaids that would be so fun for clothing and upholstery projects. They’ve got my mind racing!
I LOVE her blues!
Really dainty and feminine florals and perfect accent ginghams and stripes.
One of my favorite things to do with Spoonflower is to add all my favorite designs to my “favorites” folder. And then if I’m working on a specific project, I like to make a folder and all the patterns I’m considering for it in there. You can see some of my collections here:
- Sneak peek of our upcoming studio makeover
- Mother’s Day tablescape
- DIY lampshade for living room
- Living room
Your Favorite Interior Design Trends
Are you a fellow pattern lover? Do you have a favorite interior design trend? Let me know in the comments, and don’t forget to share your interior design photos with me on Instagram with #LarsAtHome.
I love Spoonflower and yes, it is Overwhelming to look at all of the choices there. I just discovered that you had a fabric print with the company Winter Water Factory. I am a new Grandma & happened upon the website. When I saw the Bright Blue and white flower pattern, I just had to buy it & then when I saw that it was “Lars”, I definitely had to buy it. It is gorgeous, as is everything you do. So, yes, I think you should consider your own line with Spoonflower.
My “2 cents”, anyway.
Thanks for all of the joy you bring to this little screen!
oh thank you! We may have something up our sleeves 😉
I like that table lamp. Looks so beautiful and unique with those special patterns. Interesting to see how wallpaper can be applied to many other product design