There’s always incredible synergy between the runway and interior design, so when a beloved fashion brand and an iconic showroom come together, the partnership simply feels meant to be. It also doesn’t hurt that Jessie Randall of Loeffler Randall and Kate Temple Reynolds of Temple Studio are longtime friends who share a passion for interiors and wallpaper designs. The Loeffler Randall and Temple Studio capsule collection truly showcases the best of both brands, from gorgeous whimsical prints to showstopping floral motifs across the fabrics and wallpapers.
New York-based conceptual textile, rug and wallcovering showroom Temple Studio is known for its high-quality collection of colorful products. Similarly, Loeffler Randall is known for its feminine, organic designs that add the finishing touch to any outfit. The collaboration marks the brand’s first foray into interiors, bringing together the expertise of both brands for a combination of Loeffler Randall’s romantic aesthetic and Temple Studio’s high standards for home product quality. Each of the 15 wallpapers and 10 fabrics can easily be incorporated into different design aesthetics and rooms in the home.
The range of designs draws inspiration from Loeffler Randall’s Spring 2023 ready-to-wear collection, which features organic shapes mixed with clean lines, as well as a trip to the Cotswolds, where Randall became enthralled with the idea of modernizing a painterly vintage floral pattern. Randall’s in-house team then handpainted florals to create prints that take both a vintage feel and a current finish. We particularly love Garden Botanical, a handpainted floral print evoking 19th-century French paintings and textiles through blooms such as camellias, peonies and carnations, available in both wallpaper and fabric. It pairs perfectly with Botanical Stripe, a companion print available as a wallpaper that arranges camellias, peonies and carnations as bold stripes for a vintage feel.
Also of note is the Small Stripe Floral print, available in both wallpaper and fabric, in which the botanical collection juxtaposes with delicate stripes for a textural finish that provides visual interest without looking busy. Prefer a more understated look? Look no further than the Watercolor Floral pattern, which showcases the highs and lows of watercolor paint in the hand-drawn floral print of anemone and poppy blooms against a saturated background in hues such as buttermilk, espresso, emerald and mist. Or for a more uniform print, check out Ditsy, a simple pattern of daisy flowers just begging to be used in a powder or dining room. Wallpaper from $85 per yard; fabric from $210 per yard; templestudiony.com