Eskayel’s Jamaa Series II Is Inspired by the Colors and Cityscape of Marrakech

April 25, 2018 Vy Tran

Eskayel’s Jamaa Series II Is Inspired by the Colors and Cityscape of Marrakech

Designed from the original paintings by Eskayel founder Shanan Campanaro and studio artists Brianna DeVoe White and Olivia Provey, the new Jamma II collection of wallpapers and textiles are inspired by the city and desert of Marrakech. Each of the designs in the series can be printed on wallpaper or turned into non-repeating fabrics for window treatments, upholstery and home accessories. Ranging from faded washes of neutral tones to bolder patterns of maroon and greens, the collection adds an abstract focal point to any room.

To see more of the collection, visit Eskayel.

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