Talking Walls is a painting company that provides contemporary patterns and designs for your walls. Talking Walls creates a hand painted designs to apartments, homes, children's rooms, restaurants, boutiques and or offices. Follow on Twitter and Instagram @talkingwallsnyc
Path Interactive's Phone Booths
Talking Walls had the pleasure of working with Home Polish's Shelly Lynch Sparks to help transform the office space of Path Interactive in Midtown Manhattan. We worked on creating the phone booth spaces to have a more playful and personal touch by adding patterns of Seabass and Birch trees!
Shanta's Lattice in the Bronx
Simple, Classy and Elegant are what come to mind when we worked with Shanta to help turn your apartment into a home. The Lattice design creates a nice Geometric of diamonds and precise lines that opens up the space and gives her bedroom a signature wall.
Bold Entry Way in Midtown Apartment
We are seeing chevrons and bold patterns everyhwere, so when we had the chance to paint an entry way for a Tilton Fenwick project with something bold, we jumped at the chance. The contrast in colors and the way the pattern lines up makes for a very dramatic enterance to an already lovely apartment. The pattern was also placed on the doors of a storage spaces and closest to help disguise its many uses. Some walls Talk, this says Hello!
Dylan's Bedroom in Greenich, CT
Talking Walls had the pleasure to work with Rory and Chris to transform their daughter's room into a fun and hip bedroom. The large scale pattern helped transform the room into a space for Dylan to be creative and dream Big!
Kelly and Michael in Williamsburg
Kelly and Michael are expecting their first child and wanted to welcome the baby with a freshly decorated nursery. They wanted something Geometric, playful and Hip. By having birds silhouetted against the walls over top of the complex pattern, the small room suddenly had a feeling of air and freshness. The colors were the same colors used in their wedding and gave the wall a subtle play of tone on tone so the pattern would disappear or pop depending on the light. We worked with interior designer Shelly Lynch Sparks' vision and were happy to be apart of the home makeover celebrating a new beginning!
Close up of the pattern
Katie's Water Towers in Park Slope
Katie was inspired by the beauty and uniqueness of all the Water Towers found throughout Brooklyn. So we gave her a pattern that worked well with her Art collection and showed the character and spirit of Brooklyn!
Each tower has its own character.
A photo of Water Towers in BK.
Greenhouse's Office Space in Tribeca
Greenhouse is young start up computer programming company focusing on helping Businesses find top talent to fill positions, it only seemed right that Talking Walls would turn their office space into a more creative environment. We used their logo and turned it into a pattern that played off the idea of connecting people to build a solid foundation. Check out their website if you are in need of a modern, search platform of top talent for your company at http://greenhouse.io/
Housing Works: Design on a Dime 2012 charity with Tilton Fenwick!
photography courtesy of Michael Rodenbush
Housing Works is a brilliant organization that helps raise money for housing and well being for those in need as well as help raise awareness and support for people living with AIDS. Please check out their website for how you can help http://www.housingworks.org/
Housing Works: Design on a Dime Charity Event is always a major event for the interior design world. Interior Design superstars Suysel and Anne of Tilton Fenwick asked Talking Walls to install one of our patterns to help curate a chic room for a child. We custom scaled the pattern to fit perfectly within the feel of the room. Valspar paints was also one of the sponsors for the benefit, so Tilton Fenwick choose to use the rich colors Chef White and Gecko Green, creating a fun and colorful child's room! Please check out all the great projects that Tilton Fenwick,curators of chic,have accomplished at their website http://tiltonfenwick.com/ and follow all their happenings at @tiltonfenwick
photography courtesy of Michael Rodenbush
Adam's Apartment in the West Village
Adam wanted to transform his walkway into something fresh with a touch of New York elegance. We worked on a damask pattern that has a more modern feel with larger more organic shapes. Since the installation was going to be in a high traffic area for his apartment, we chose to do a subtle two tone effect in a light gray. The background gray is in a matte finish, while the damask is painted in a semi-gloss, giving it a beautiful play when the light hits the pattern.
Snowy Wilderness presents "Nabobs"
Talking Walls was asked to be part of an Exhibition at the De Castellane Gallery at 539 Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn. It was a great opportunity to showcase two conversations that combine Decor with Art to transform a typical gallery setting into a more hip environment. Thanks to Johnny Sagan the mastermind behind Snowy Wilderness! Please check it out thru september 30th.
Peter and Arseniy in the West Village
Talking Walls was happy to provide a great wall pattern to the apartment of Peter and Arseniy to bring a more inspiring feel to their apartment. The best part of the project is always the happy client!
Vinessa's one bedroom in Brooklyn Heights
Vinessa called upon Talking Walls to help turn her one bedroom apartment into a colorful and lively space. The goal was to help seperate the room into two different spaces. One side of the room to be cool and cozy for her bed and the living room side to be more warm and light to feel welcoming. With the ability to take one pattern and change the colors from one side to the other, Talking Walls was able to give Vinessa a very unique conversation piece!
Xavier's mosiac pattern in Brooklyn
Xavier was looking to enliven his room with multiple colors and a pattern that resembled his arabic background. We used a pattern from our design page and choose colors that were similar to the colors in his room. We used a silver paint in areas of the pattern to add a reflective quality. The pattern resembles a islamic mosiac in which multiple colors help enhace the entire wall.
Beth's swirl pattern in the Upper Eastside.
Beth wanted something that would work well with the patterns on the sheets of her bed as well as use an icy blue color from Benjamin Moore that she had wanted to use in her bedroom. After we gave her several patterns to choose from, she decided on a contemporary feel that worked well with the room adding a feeling of space and excitement to her room. The color of the pattern is the same as the colors of the wall to the sides adding to the punch of the metallic icy blue.
Talking Walls was chosen to do a 3 year old girl's bedroom on the show House Rules which aired on HGTV ! It is a show that helps families in need redecorate their homes. The show aired May 18th.
Lemeya's Pug Boomer in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Lemeya wanted to incorporate a silhoutte of her dog boomer into a classical design. It is a perfect example in which Talking Walls customs your wall to feel unique and yours.
Talking Walls was picked to be have a segment on the NBC show LX TV 1st Look NY! We describe our company and how we can help you with your design projects. Check it out.
Chris and Taryn's wall in the D.C. area.
Chris and Taryn decided to accent their entrance hallway by choosing a damask pattern. They color of black for the pattern was a bold and dramatic choice to instantly enliven their apartment.
Elba's Lotuses in Brooklyn
Elba wanted something was simple in pattern and vibrant in color. She wanted to use lotuses for the represented tranquility and perseverance. Using a photograph of a lotus, we simplified the shapes and created more of an outline so the mocha color of the background would show through. Then we decided on a bold raspberry color for the flower and a nice yellow for the eyes of the flower. The flowers switch direction each row as to give it a feeling of slight movement. The eyes of each flower were touched up so they would have a sense individuality.
Courtney and Keith's wall in Chelsea, NYC
It was with the help of a couple of conversations that we made the decision of a light blue for the pattern and tan that Courtney and Keith already had as their background color. The softest of the pattern on the wall is really what makes this piece sing, giving it an almost lace like feel.
Spur Tree restaurant in Chinatown of NYC http://www.spurtreelounge.com
Spur Tree is a hip restaurant with great music and Jamacian style dishes. The design was made by taking the logo of the restaurant and staggering it to make it feel like a wall paper pattern. The colors where chosen to match that with the surrounding walls in the restaurant.