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All The Fruits Wallpaper
The design duo now offer their delightfully colorful creations on traditional-sized rolls
by Katie Olsen
on 30 June 2014
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Design duo Jessica Pinotti and Stephen Cheetham are forces to be reckoned with separately, so it makes sense that together they have created something very special. The creative pair founded All The Fruits—a company offering super-bright, playful but tasteful wallpaper—after working together back in 2012 when they were given free reign over the walls at London's Tina, We Salute You cafe. Now, these wallpapers (that were previously sold per meter, printed to order) are now available in rolls of 9m x 50cm, which is exciting (and more affordable) news for those decorating their homes—or any surface space that could use a little sophisticated zeal.

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Pinotti has worked across various creative realms—from interior design, furniture sourcing, brand identity and more—for big names including Selfridges (where she designed a David Bowie Concept Store) and Wallpaper Magazine. Cheetham, who worked as a freelance illustrator, lists impressive clients such as Google, Bloomberg and Nike. Their independent work shares an enthusiasm for bright colors, bold lines and a very cheerful vibe—all the while being very much styles of their own.

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All The Fruits wallpaper benefits from these playful leanings and are sure to brighten up any room (by way of covering a wall, paneling on a cabinet, door or shelf) with patterns ranging from polka dots, geometric patterns to flamingos, bugs and prawns. From "Party Prawns" to "Peg Board" and more, their delightful wallpapers can be purchased online in traditionally sized rolls priced at €15 each.

Images courtesy of All The Fruits

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