You'll Either Love Or Hate This Super-Trippy Wallpaper

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Have you ever found yourself staring at your walls, thinking: What this room really needs is three-dimensional wallpaper? No? We can't say it's been on our minds, either, but that didn't stop Kyra and Robertson Hartnett, the duo behind design and printing studio twenty2, from creating it.

Working with Pratt Institute's Sarah Strauss, Kyra and Robertson oversaw the four-year-long development of DEEP, a collection of five unique wallpapers, each of which can be enjoyed with or without 3D glasses. "The response to the collection [which debuted at this year's International Contemporary Furniture Fair] has been tremendous," said Kyra. "Designers have been interested in using the 3D wallpapers in everything, from kid's rooms to boutique hotels.”

Each digitally printed design is made-to-order, using water-based inks; prices range from $58 to $110/yard. Click through to see the designs, and tell us in the comments — could you see 3D wallpaper in your home?
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Bloom
Designer LuzElena Wood reinterpreted black and white imagery of Aeonium cacti as a thoroughly modern — and epically moody — blossoms motif.
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Whee!
Designer Leticia Pardo channeled her passion for roller coasters into a suitably tumultuous pattern.
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This one might not be the best choice for a dining room — motion sickness, anyone?
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Viking
Designer Nadia Shaheen channeled her experiences on a trip to Denmark, Sweden, and Finland into a composition of hand-drawn ships that pays tribute to Viking voyages.
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In a grey bedroom, Viking seems to strike a nicely graphic note.
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Forest for the Trees
Designer Isabell Jansen drew her inspiration from the Finnish landscape — a playful, if a little bit eerie, homage to her native country.
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In case the view outside isn't quite to your taste.
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Falls
Strauss created her own paper as well, inspired by the layers and folds of textiles.
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The effect of Falls is nicely atmospheric — great for a powder room or other small space.
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