Eijffinger has a wonderfully whimsical collection called Pip. It's actually a collaboration with Pip Studios which is a Dutch-based company that specializes in "Happy products, Happy people". Their prints certainly exemplify that thought.
|Brocante - 10711 - would be wonderful in a cottage|
|Artikino - 386102 - no need for your own artwork|
I love Shand Kydd (available through Sears) and my spare room incorporates this Kendal pattern:
|Large floral pattern - a 2012 trend|
|So many vivid colours to choose from - fun for an accent wall or small space|
If you like Amy Butler's fabric designs then you'll love her wallpaper line through Graham & Brown. It definitely has that over-the-top 60's/70's vibe but when you look at the furniture parings in the images below, you can see that it actually feels quite contemporary.
|Earls - King St - Toronto|
|Mango Shiva - Calgary|
|Sky - would be really fun in a kid's bedroom|
|Water washing on rocks - quite abstract|