This is not a drill: Sarah Jessica Parker just launched her own wallpaper line

This is not a drill: Sarah Jessica Parker just launched her own wallpaper line


The collection, which is in collaboration with Wallshoppe, includes 15 prints in 193 variations, including one design that featured in And Just Like That…

If there is one thing we know about Sarah Jessica Parker, it’s that she has taste.

From fashion to beauty, the actor and designer is renowned for her trendsetting ways – and now she is venturing into the world of interiors with the launch of a wallpaper line in collaboration with Wallshoppe.

Parker created the collection with her interior designer and Wallshopppe co-creative director Eric Hughes – and the line is filled with gorgeous prints that we can’t get enough of.

The collection comprises 15 Carrie-worthy prints in 193 variations, ranging from playful plaids, refined florals, bold graphics and sophisticated and timeless designs – and, of course, the famous teal-carnation wallpaper from Carrie’s old apartment in And Just Like That… is also available to purchase (it’s called Townhouse, naturally).

And Just Like That: Carrie Bradshaw’s home

In an interview with People, Hughes said the concept for the collection came about during the pandemic while he was helping design Jessica-Parker’s home in New York, and discussed the inspiration behind the colourful collection.

“Colour is something that’s so incredibly important to her and she’s so in tune with it,” says Hughes. “She really pushed us out of our comfort zone. There was a whole colour spectrum that Wallshoppe was really known for before our collaboration with her, and it was a bit more soft and muted.

“Sarah Jessica loves a deep saturated colour,” he continued. “Like, if we’re going to do a red, it’s going to be a really deep geranium red. If you’re doing a blue, it’s a peacock teal blue. Just watching her go off and develop the palette for all of these was really fun.”

Shop the collection Wallshoppe’s website here

Images: Getty; Warner Media / HBO Max / Sky

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