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Alex Proba Wallpaper Turns Your Walls Into Visually Enticing Works of Art

09.03.21 | By
Alex Proba Wallpaper Turns Your Walls Into Visually Enticing Works of Art
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Alex Proba’s name has become synonymous with colorful, abstract patterns adorning everything from ceramic tiles to rugs to swimming pools. They’re vibrant, visually enticing and just plain awe inspiring. A new collaboration now brings her work to wallcoverings in a collection called Alex Proba x Wallpaper Projects. The collection offers five abstract designs that can be turned into made to measure murals you can hang anywhere. Add a mural to a wall in your bedroom to create a focal point or wrap a space so you can live within a work of art. If you’re not ready to commit to a pattern yet, you can order a sample for just $10 to help you decide.

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Alex Proba N. 10

Wallpaper Projects is a boutique design agency offering custom-made, custom-fit, high-end wallpaper and fabric in a plethora of designs, including Proba’s. But, if you’re not in the position (like most of us) to hire her to paint your backyard pool, you can benefit from this collaboration and add her designs to your home or office.

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Alex Proba N. 1

graphic wallpaper with colorful abstract pattern

Alex Proba N. 1

alex proba wallpaper with colorful abstract pattern in empty loft

Alex Proba N. 6

graphic wallpaper with colorful abstract pattern

Alex Proba N. 6

alex proba wallpaper with colorful abstract pattern in loft with sofa

Alex Proba N. 3

graphic wallpaper with colorful abstract pattern

Alex Proba N. 3

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Alex Proba N. 2

graphic wallpaper with colorful abstract pattern

Alex Proba N. 2

The Alex Proba x Wallpaper Projects collection is represented by NewWall and available in five patterns via newwall.com.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.