Sarah Jessica Parker ‘s newest enterprise, a set of wallpaper co-created along with her long-time inside decorator and longtime buddy Eric Hughes, lives as much as the fame she’s constructed for impeccable style.
The Sarah Jessica Parker & Wallshoppe assortment was handpicked by the actress and her longtime buddy and enterprise accomplice, Hughes, and has 15 prints out there in 193 completely different iterations priced between $68 and $299.
As Hughes tells PEOPLE, the 2 of them met by a mutual buddy and hit it off instantly. This shared curiosity in artwork and ornament has at all times been a cornerstone of their connection.
Hughes has labored with all kinds of well-known individuals, together with Andy Cohen, Katie Couric, Hank Azaria, and Lauren Graham, in addition to setting up numerous residences for the actress over time.
Hughes had the thought for the wallpaper collaboration whereas he was working with Parker to embellish her New York Metropolis condominium in the course of the pandemic. The moment Parker heard about it, he was on board.
Every thing within the assortment has some kind of private significance for Parker, from the basic silhouettes to the shocking florals, plaids, graphics, and different designs.
Hughes claims that she has a heightened consciousness of colour due to how essential it’s to her. In lots of methods, she pressured us to depart our secure zones. Earlier than we labored collectively, Wallshoppe had already established a fame for a whole palette of colours that was noticeably softer and extra subdued.
Farther from Hughes: Sarah Jessica prefers daring, wealthy hues. The crimson, for instance, shall be a geranium crimson of the deepest hue. Particularly, a peacock teal blue in the event you should do blue. It was fascinating to see her go off and create the colour scheme for all of those.
When Parker was getting ready for her Intercourse and the Metropolis revival collection And Simply Like That…, she and Carrie uncovered the above pink model of a big teal blue carnation.