Art at your fingertips - wallpapers with paintings of Polish women artists

23 of August '22

Images do not have to be enclosed in frames at all. They can also appear on... wallpapers. Works of contemporary Polish artists will transform your interior with art.

Functional art

These unique wallpapers are the result of the artistic creation of a variety of talented Polish women painters. The designs were created as paintings on canvas, painted with oil and acrylic paints, as well as watercolors and sketches. Then the paintings were transferred to digital, and finally became unique wallpapers. In them, art meets the functional dimension - allowing each of us to interact with it in the comfort of our own home.

Costa Fuoco

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Vinyl wallpapers

Wallpaper printing is possible in several different options. The first of these is vinyl on interlining. It is easy to clean and resistant to mechanical damage. It can be used in any room, except for the cooking area and the wet area in the bathroom. It is applied with wallpaper glue. Vinyl wallpapers have certificates of non-flammability, flame retardancy and hygienic approval. We can choose from up to 5 textures: brush (brush), concrete, linen, stucco (plaster) and craft (handmade paper). We can also bet on self-adhesive laminated vinyl. This material is waterproof, washable and resistant to mechanical damage, abrasion, scrubbing and detergents. It will prove ideal as wallpaper for showers or kitchens. It has certificates of non-flammability and flame retardancy. For such artistic wallpapers, it is worth choosing structured brush (brush stroke texture) or linen (painter's canvas texture) substrates. They will complete the transformation of the wall into a work of art.

Morpheus

© Wall Art

Calma

This wallpaper is based on a collection of summer patterns from Joanna Osinska. The original name of the painting is "The suns we carry within us." The painter emphasizes that her biggest inspiration is the space of nature. The composition is based on delicate hues of orange, eggplant, pink and white. It will perfectly warm up modern and loft interiors and give them a cozy feel.

Calma

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Nettare

The name of the wallpaper means nectar in Italian. The hand-painted artwork by Anna Kowalczyk is a floral motif painting depicting gorgeous anemones. Subdued colors of powder pink, muted purples, grays, beiges and cool greens fit beautifully into a bedroom, living room, study or children's room.It will perfectly compose with warm boho style interiors. The composition of the pattern allows the wallpaper to be used in many rooms without fear of obscuring the przewdoniego motif.

Nettare

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Luna

According to Roman mythology, she was the goddess of the moon. Victoria Bugaj's hand-painted painting is associated precisely with lunar beauty, reflecting the glare of the sun. The light delicate wallpaper in white, black and delicate gold accessories is an extremely versatile design. It will work great in the bedroom, living room, bathroom and kitchen.

Luna

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Deer Friends

This wallpaper depicts a forest clearing, full of colorful details and small forest animals headed by a deer. The warm, colorful colors of the pattern will allow you to arrange a room for a child of any color. It will perfectly fit into a modern interior or decorated in a natural or boho style. The pattern is part of the Arte - Kids by Pooky's world - the author's collection of children's patterns, painted in watercolor.

Deer Friends

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Jupiter

According to Roman mythology, he was the god of heaven and light and the "shining father" defending the state and its laws. The wallpaper depicts a beautiful hand-painted pattern in gray, white, graphite colors with delicate additions in gold hues. It will be perfect for a youth room, bedroom, living room, bathroom and kitchen. The author of the project is Magdalena Lenartowicz.

Jowisz

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Primavera

The name of this wallpaper in Italian means spring. It depicts a flowery meadow, full of field flowers such as poppies, knotweed and wormwood. Each plant was individually painted and intricately arranged by Anna Kowalczyk of Annowa studio, who worked on these patterns for more than half a year.

Primavera

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