Brighten Your Winter Walls With These Nature-Inspired Coverings

The bleak winter months are the perfect time to add a touch of spring to your walls with nature-inspired coverings.

The sky is the limit for “Clouds,” a removable wallpaper from Tempaper in Brick that’s as at home on a ceiling as it is on the wall. Shown in Sky Blue and available also in Fog Grey. $39.99 per role (covers 28 square feet).

“Pacaya” wall covering by Romo showcases a palmetto design featuring a striking arrangement of intricately detailed leaves. It is shown in the color Fenugreek and comes also in nine other colorways. Available through the trade.

Asplenium ferns are depicted in watercolor to create an elegant all-over design printed on a wider-width wall covering in “Benmore” by the Nina Campbell division of Osborne & Little. Available in six colorways through the trade.

“Penelope” by Hovia offers a modern take on floral wallpaper, capturing the details of a watercolor design on a large scale for maximum impact. The design comes in pink with a dark or light background and in purple with a dark background (shown). As with all of the British company’s products, it is made to order. $3.90 per square foot. Other stock designs and custom designs available.

“Madama Butterfly,” a silk wall covering inspired by the romanticism and luxurious atmosphere of the Puccini opera of the same name, is created in Milan by digitally printing the pattern on a woven silk textile ground. It is 54 inches wide and comes in four colorways. About $480 per yard through the trade.