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De Gournay

243 E. 59th St., nr. Second Ave.; 212-564-9750; degournay.com

For the most discriminating New Yorkers, De Gournay is the go-to studio for hand-painted wallpapers and silk fabrics. The firm specializes in 18th-­century chinoiserie and 19th-century French designs, in addition to various Japanese, Korean, and French prints, such as its remarkable Papier Peints Panoramiques. $$$$ (consulting services)

Eskayel

130 Broadway, nr. Bedford Ave., Williamsburg; 347-703-8084; eskayel.com

This textile- and wallpaper-design studio offers six major collections and more than 200 patterns and colorways. With a focus on sustainability—products are made in the northeastern U.S. using natural and recycled materials—founder Shanan Campanaro works with clients to create customized designs like Aztec-inspired wallpaper, a geometric patterned rug, or fabric by the yard. $$$ (consulting services / eco-friendly / made in N.Y.)

Flat Vernacular

35 Meadow St., at Bogart St.,Ste. 214, Williamsburg; 347-457-6227; flatvernacular.com

Shop here for hand-drawn, handprinted, and bespoke wallpapers from an art-school duo. Florals play with scale and color, and critters frolic together in vibrant graphic narratives. $$-$$$

Flavor Paper

216 Pacific St. nr. Court St., Cobble Hill; 718-422-0230; flavorpaper.com

Browse hand-screened and digitally printed wall­papers that come in ultrahip designs: fishnet, farmers’ market, and even kitschy wood grain. Visitors can also commission their own, with prices starting at $150 for a single hand-screened roll or $7 to $12 per square foot for digital output. $$-$$$ (consulting services / made in N.Y.)

Scalamandre

979 Third Ave., nr. 58th St., tenth fl., in the Decoration & Design Building; 212-980-3888; scalamandre.com

As the outfitter of some of the nation’s most august institutions, including the White House, Monticello, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Scalamandre began offering fine silks in the early 20th century and has since expanded into wall coverings, fur- nishings, and accessories. $$$$

Secondhand Rose

230 Fifth Ave., at 27th St., Ste. 510; 212-393-9002; secondhandrose.com

Get ready to browse: This store has a whopping 50,000 rolls of vintage wallpaper to satisfy all of your design whims. Choose from chinoiserie, damask, faux finishes, and florals. There’s even a Mylar collection, whose disco-themed patterns evoke avant-garde art from the ’70s. $$-$$$

Trove

214 W. 29th St., nr. Seventh Ave., Ste. 1201; 212-268-2046; troveline.com

Artists and co-founders Randall Buck and Jee Levin create mesmerizing, ecofriendly, digitally printed papers that defy traditional notions of wall coverings. Their designs integrate photos, paintings, and drawings to spectacular effect—the Indi shows a flock of birds taking flight, and the Fuoco depicts row upon row of operagoers seated in the boxes of an ornate theater. Six of Trove’s patterns have been acquired for the permanent collection at the Brooklyn Museum. $$-$$$ (by appointment only / made in N.Y.)

Voutsa

39 E. 12th St., nr. University Pl., Ste. 510; 646-258-9650; voutsa.com

Bird-of-paradise, koi, and lily pads line George Venson’s University Mews studio, where the artist recently completed a line of hand-painted wallpaper. Venson crafts his coverings and digitally printed screens from top to bottom, and works can be re­scaled and recolored to complement any space. His future home-décor plans include a series of sculptural lampshade designs. $$-$$$ (by appointment only / made in N.Y.)

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