Although theoretically someone drew them, a lot of wallpaper designs seem uninspired — if not downright tacky. Not so the patterns created by Porter Teleo, which has been commended in such national publications as Vogue and Women's Wear Daily. In their West Bottoms studio, Porter Teleo founders Kelly Porter and Bridgett Cochran personally create art to glue on your walls. They print or paint — by hand — every repeating hummingbird, budding tree branch and orchid on high-quality paper (including rice paper handmade in Japan). The patterns can transform a big wall into a mural that soothes and intrigues. The designs are also cool enough to frame on their own. Variations of the popular pattern En Plein Air have a neutral background stamped with blood-red heart-shaped flowers; Assymetrical Berries has ripe pink and red blobs positioned around what looks like the shape designating infinity.