We are thrilled to unveil our latest collaboration with photographer and stylist Brittany Wright of Wright Kitchen. The peel and stick wallpaper collection, which explores alternative perspectives of beauty in everyday objects, includes stunning gradient photographic compositions of colorful fruit and vibrant florals.
“Tempaper has always been dedicated to providing a variety of beautiful designs that connect with a wide range of audiences,” said Tempaper Creative Director and Co-Founder Jennifer Matthews.“This collection embraces a unique approach to home décor which I love. Brittany's work beams with joy and I am thrilled to bring that sentiment to our customers.”
Incorporating lively colors through inventive, playful arrangements, the Wright Kitchen collection encourages deeper reflection on common items – especially foods – and where they originate from. Each item featured in the prints was sourced, arranged and photographed by Brittany Wright. The result is a brilliant removable wallpaper collection that exudes order and intention, while also celebrating naturally-occurring forms and colors – thus inviting the viewer to see produce in a fresh way.
“There’s something really satisfying about seeing a flow in color,” said Wright. “I love working with different naturally occurring shapes in food and finding contrasting color combinations in hopes of giving people a new lens to look at food and other everyday objects.”
All of Brittany’s photographs, each carefully arranged with an eye to shape and color, are all sourced from small businesses, encouraging her audience to buy fresh at local shops. These prints are designed to occupy almost any space, from restaurants to retail spaces, cafés, hotels, yoga studios, and school cafeterias, to offices, children’s rooms, and of course, kitchens.
The Wright Kitchen Removable Wallpaper Collection includes 4 initial prints:
Depicts a harmonious gradient of citrus fruits, including lemons, limes, grapefruits, and oranges.
Features a color flow of multi-colored dahlias.
Displays a Pop Art-inspired repetition of kiwi halves against a bold fuchsia backdrop.
Includes an eye-catching display of orange papaya halves, contrasted with a teal background.