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It's no secret that we're suckers for great wallpaper, but one look at Nama Rococo's quixotic designs had us ready to redecorate our home in punchy colors and swirls.

Inspired by ancient Chinese scroll making, artist Karen Combs hand-paints and screens her exuberant patterns onto reams of fine French paper that she sells out of her Hudson Valley studio.

The wallpapers, which come in 25-by-30-inch sheets, have an array of cross-cultural influences, from Art Nouveau metro stations to Tang Dynasty brush paintings. We dream about giving our drab guest room new life with the Versailles-like Chateau 66 ($126 per sheet), the Jasper Johns-inspired Little Butterfly Loop ($126) and the Serious Bokay ($126), which comes in a subdued lavender hue.

Nama Rococo's newest designs showcase Combs's talent for balancing antique patterns with contemporary details: the 18th-century Dutch images in the Amsterdam paper ($126) have a crisp China-blue palette, and the Gaudi-influenced Shuboes pattern ($126) has beautifully quirky floral sketches.

If you're not ready to embrace a full room of ornate doodles, any one of Nama Rococo's individual sheets look like a piece of fine art when framed.

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