Local wallpaper and fabric designer Casey Gunschel of Palacepapers just sent us a photo of her latest wallpaper pattern—Heroine, shown above—and, not surprisingly, it’s subtle, nature-inspired, and beautiful. A 27-inch-wide by 5-yard-long roll is $220. All of Gunschel’s designs are hand-drawn and silk-screened on high-quality paper. Her newest cotton-linen fabric, Herringbone (shown above; pattern also available in wallpaper), is also a delight. It goes for $96 per yard.

—Gina Bazer

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Local wallpaper and fabric designer Casey Gunschel of Palacepapers just sent us a photo of her latest wallpaper pattern—Heroine, shown above—and, not surprisingly, it’s subtle, nature-inspired, and beautiful. A 27-inch-wide by 5-yard-long roll is $220. All of Gunschel’s designs are hand-drawn and silk-screened on high-quality paper. Her newest cotton-linen fabric, Herringbone (shown above; pattern also available in wallpaper), is also a delight. It goes for $96 per yard.

   

Local wallpaper and fabric designer Casey Gunschel of Palacepapers just sent us a photo of her latest wallpaper pattern—Heroine, shown above—and, not surprisingly, it’s subtle, nature-inspired, and beautiful. A 27-inch-wide by 5-yard-long roll is $220. All of Gunschel’s designs are hand-drawn and silk-screened on high-quality paper. Her newest cotton-linen fabric, Herringbone (shown above; pattern also available in wallpaper), is also a delight. It goes for $96 per yard.

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