Interpretive sketches inspired by the architecture of flowers

A guest designer collection created with Meyer Davis, Wilds combines a traditional floral wallcovering with an impressionistic style that captures the “wild” qualities of the natural landscapes we have personal connections to–from upstate New York, to Mexico, to the Mediterranean.


Beginning with various species of orchids as a reference point, we immersed ourselves in the meditative experience of drawing, using a fluid and interpretive approach to capture the essence of the flowers. Working with pastels and charcoals and applying techniques of depth and distance, we crafted a composition of loosely drawn lines and hatchings that evokes an organic feeling of movement. The resulting design conveys a dynamic sense of ever-growing wildlife, grounded in a lush undergrowth and opening into delicate, airy petals.


Inspired by nature’s chance arrangements of endless varieties of flora, Wilds celebrates the joyful artistry of a flower’s delicate expressive details set within the wilderness of untouched landscapes.