Romo's group of five stylish patterns includes Kendal, a herringbone chenille; Tremont, a perfectly British houndstooth; and three small-scale geometric designs—Austin, Ennis, and Emerson—in jewel tones and timeless neutrals.
SOL by Meri Meis for Reid Witlin.
Grotte by Randall Buck and Jee Levin of Trove.
Century by Jane Marks-Yewdall for Camira Fabrics.
Rhombus by Patty Madden for Luxe Surfaces.
Nadir by Alfredo Häberli for Kvadrat.
Mirrored Images by Mitzi Mills for Anzea Textiles.
Chameleon by Larry Laslo for Robert Allen.
Gran Cañón by Emmeline Gancedo of Gancedo.
Flame by Liora Manné of Liora Manné.
Alcazaba by Suzanne Tucker of Suzanne Tucker Home.
Medallion Plush by Rachel Doriss for Pollack.
Etched by Jeff Andrews for Astek Wallcovering.
For Maki Yamamoto's Kasuri collection of 56-inch-wide fabrics, white strips of linen are alternated with colored strips dyed via the ancient Japanese ikat method. The strips are then sewn together in a gridlike array.
Grasscloth by Bella-Dura.
Irma Bloom's Rijksmuseum DNA wallpaper deconstructs the canvases of famous painters, translating their color palettes into eye-popping compositions of variable-width stripes (Droog).
JAB Anstoetz's paper-backed nonwoven-vinyl wallpapers possess a subtle grass-like texture; the impetus for the Monsoon pattern—an ombré basket-weave design—was the food markets of Madagascar.
Nourish, a ribbed chenille upholstery fabric by JAB Anstoetz.
The bubbly Cheeky Boy by JAB Anstoetz rises from viscole pile velour. Jewel tones highlight the plushness of the fabric.
TS-Kalahari fabric in linen, cotton, and silk by The Sign.
Chasing Chevron customizable digitally printed fabric by Valley Forge Fabrics.
Knoll Luxe's Spirit collection in polyester, viscose, and linen by KnollTextiles.
VO-Onyx viscose-linen blend by Vano.
Coup de Foudre handwoven jacquard velvet in cotton-cupro by Dedar.
Illusion nonwoven wall covering by Jim Thompson.
Zambra Type II vinyl wall coverings by Versa Wallcovering.
Tulu 100 percent linen fabric by Zak + Fox.
Indian Summer repositionable wallpaper by Cameo.
Trident 100 percent silk fabric by Vanners.
A standout in the Omotenashi line by Lori Weitzner, Panorama consists of contrasting layers of mulberry paper which, when bonded, create a two-tone pattern.
Chella Textiles created this Jazz Age-inspired indoor-outdoor fabric design after spotting the pattern in a 1920s art deco document. Called Gatsby, this 100 percent solution-dyed polyolefin fabric is durable, lightfast, machine washable, and mildew- and stain-resistant.
Conceived in 2009 as a custom commission for a hotel project, David Weeks's Infinity Screen has been updated to include a repeating element that serves as its own support system.
The Delano Collection by Romo is a relaunch of two subtly textured linen-blend weaves—Peron and Delano—with a gentle glazed finish.
The small-scale Small Talk by Momentum explores the basic forms and elements involved in assembling a typeface.
Eijffinger's Raval collection is composed of Smart Paper, an unpasted nonwoven wallpaper substrate. Lantana grass Bohemian Floral has a palette outlined in gel inks and comes in four colorways.
Unika Vaev's Expo collection of upholstery fabric by Instyle includes three patterns with a Midcentry vibe. The graphic Uber is a cotton/polyester blend offered in 14 colorways.
Happttook by Hopskotch was created by Aarti Kathuria and Srikirti Sreedhar. The 3-D wallpaper, which can be applied to any surface, is composed of dense plastic, metal rivets, and suction cups, making it part wall covering, part sculpture.
Sort of a tea cozy for your wall, Glass Cover by Unika Vaev is a 100 percent wool-felt acoustic solution for areas with abundant glazing.
Scallop is a tasty new indoor-outdoor upholstery made of 100 percent Bella-Dura polyolefin, meaning it can handle whatever you dish out.
Submaterial reimagined a pair of its most popular Construct wall-hanging patterns as a new series of large-scale, dimensional wool-felt wall coverings. Figure no. 1's fluid lines move sinuously and squarely at once.
The bold, geometric Figure no. 2 by Submaterial provides a strong architectural element.
Kev Munday's Alien Crowd wallpaper by Graham & Brown.
Mimi Plange's Temptation Squared digital-print vinyl wall covering in tangerine red and ivory by Fine Art Wallpapers.
Maison Martin Margiela's Le Point de Croix screenprinted nonwoven wall covering by Omexco.
Bee's Knees 100 percent linen in indigo blue by Donghia.
Studio Job's Industry polyester-cotton jacquard by Maharam.
Globetrotter wallpaper printed with Greenguard-certified ink by Flavor Paper.
Rifle Paper Co.'s Cities Toile wallpaper in parchment by Hygge & West.
NY Trash, Stefan Hengst's new wallcovering, features the everyday detritus surrounding us—dirty plasting forks, a pop-top, and a car-code sticker, among others.
Feather Arrow 100 percent polyester fabric by Liora Manné.
Tiles digitally printed nonwoven wall covering by Coordonné.
La Mosaïque screenprinted nonwoven wall covering by Omexco.
Summertime 100 percent solution-dyed polypropylene outdoor fabric by Dedar.
Compelling 100 percent polyester wide-width window treatment by Rodolph.
Perseus 100 percent linen fabrics with viscose-polyester embroidery by Classic Cloth.
Deco d'Antan white-body ceramic wall tiles by Tagina.
Berry Lattice 100 percent cotton fabric by Ferrick Mason.
Garden Mini Basketweave vinyl-polyester fabric for walls, windows, and upholstery by Chilewich.
Cache viscose-cotton-polyester blend by Cowtan & Tout.
Dusa Jesih's Embedded collection 54-inch nonwoven commercial-vinyl wallcovering in indigo by Area Environments.