Tempaper & Co. and She She Release Their Latest Collaboration: “La Vie Fleurie”

She She’s newest product launch with Tempaper & Co. draws inspiration from the beauty of France

Photos courtesy of Tempaper & Co.  

Rambling Rose (Scarlet Roses)

Inspired by the charm of a Parisian garden, “La Vie Fleurie”—Tempaper & Co.’s latest collaboration with Minneapolis-based print and pattern studio She She—displays a whimsical blend of French-inspired patterns with a reimagination of traditional florals. Drawing from the vibrant energy of France, this peel-and-stick wallpaper collection captures the essence of Parisian living by transporting viewers to the city streets and lush gardens of Parc de Bagatelle.

From classic and contemporary to playful and eccentric, each unique design boasts its own signature style. “The timeless romanticism of flowers is not lost on She She,” says Jenny Hornig, interior designer at She She. “We love flowers and love what they do to spaces even more (if that’s possible). Flowers make us feel happy and clean, and when we feel happy and clean, we are more inspired, productive, and loving people.”

With three original patterns, the collection celebrates a wide range of styles, from chintz to vintage modern. “Rambling Rose,” for instance, pays homage to traditional floral wallpapers but with a modern scale and color palette. With a romantic ambience, this design mimics the feelings of both a secret garden and an elegant Parisian hotel. “Dancing Pansy,” appropriately named for its delightful portrayal of pansies dancing in the wind, offers a more vibrant approach to the French floral concept, while “Cozy Posy” adds warmth and charm with its playful twist on geometric prints.

In addition to the new collection, She She is also introducing a new colorway for a product from its first Tempaper & Co. collaboration, “Curacao Days, Curacao Nights.” The print from that collection, “Queen Emma,” is now available in a Salt colorway, providing opportunity for customers to incorporate a cooler color palette into their spaces.

Queen Emma (Salt)

Amanda Both, art director at Tempaper & Co., says, “I love the concept of using old and new design aesthetics to create a fresh collection of classic florals. The expressive botanicals have a unique flair that adds a breath of fresh air to any space.”

The collection is available to shop now on Tempaper & Co.’s website.

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