Justina Blakeney’s new Jungalow wallpaper
Blakeney designed 22 different paper options. Each roll is screen-printed by hand. There’s one called “Nana,” in loving reference to the way her daughter refers to bananas. It possesses a regal motif inspired by banana tree leaves. The collection celebrates nature in a vibrant way. Each pattern comes with its own story. The “Aja” honors the patron of the forest and the animals in Yoruba mythology.
Sunset had the pleasure of interviewing Blakeney for the February issue. If you like her wallpaper, your going to love her colorful bedroom.