Imaginative Interiors

Think art is just for walls? From fabric to dishware, home design gets artistic like never before.

Spoonflower takes custom design to a new level with wallpaper, fabric and gift wrap. This head turner is “Arrows” wallpaper by Holli Zollinger. Rolls overlap so the design works across the wall.$60 for standard 2’ x 12’ roll. spoonflower.com

Jonathan Adler’s white ceramic owls add whimsy and style to any bookshelf. Set of two, $195; wayfair.com

Designer Timothy Corrigan’s new five-piece, gold-accented Jardin Francais china collection was inspired by the ornamental gardens in France. Produced by Royal Limoges, the line is microwave  and dishwasher safe. Five-piece collection, $375; gearys.com

Brooklyn artist Wayne Pate translates his original paintings into a playful and sophisticated collection of fabric and wallpaper. $67.50 per yard; studiofournyc.com

Brooklyn-based illustrator Julie Rothman focuses her talents on a new line of removable tile (photo above, top) and fabric. This design, Daydream, is $80 per yard in fabric and $58 for 2 tiles. hyggeandwest.com

With the Century Signature Collection, you pick the fabric, dimensions, number of panels and top design of a screen. This particular one is 7 feet tall with five panels and a rounded top. $5,625; centuryfurniture.com

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A showbiz couple swaps a Westside house for a Valley lifestyle– transforming a ho-hum spec home into a bold, color-popping Shangri-La.

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