Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Wallpaper Envy: Judit Gueth's Koi and Peacock

Judit Gueth's luxurious, environmentally friendly wallpapers are influenced by the organic patterns of Art Nouveau and the rich colors of customary Chinese fabrics. Originally from Hungary, she has lived in Canada since she was 19 years old. She prints digitally on paper that contains 50 percent less synthetic fiber than traditional wallpaper and decomposes at twice the rate of conventional, digitally printed wallpaper.

One of my favorites, Koi-Chinoiserie graced the cover of the Spring 2012 edition of Luxe Magazine.


For more colorways and patterns, check out her website linked above.


  1. Very nice! I like the flamingos too.

  2. Ooh, love the koi. I'm a sucker for anything the least bit Asian-inspired. You're always a wealth of wallpaper information! Looking forward to our lunch! :)


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