Vivienne Westwood wallpaper

A tartan plaid trompe l'oeil wallpaper from Vivienne Westwood's collaboration with Cole & Son. Photo: www.Cole-and-Son.com

Talk about completely living in style.

If a closetful of designer duds aren't enough, you can outfit your bed in Lilly Pulitzer sheets and now dress your walls with Vivienne Westwood's home decor collaboration.

The British designer has teamed with British company Cole & Son for a collection of wallpapers, reports WWD.

Known for its hand-printed, luxurious wallpapers, Cole & Son launched the collection earlier this month in its U.K. stores but will be offering the patterned goods in the U.S. branches in the new year.

Westwood used her fashion know-how in creating the range: a trompe l'oeil tartan print (left) is straight from the designer's iconic plaid runway looks, the "Cut Out Lace" print is based off her spring 2007 "I Am Expensiv" collection and the bold "Squiggle" wallpaper is inspired by her fall 1981 "PIrate" designs.

"This collection is a perfect opportunity to be able to work with a heritage company and to see my ideas from fashion translated into the world of interiors and wallpaper," the flame-haired designer told WWD.

But in this case, the price of stylish living doesn't come cheap. A standard roll ranges from $87 to $298.

Your post-holiday budget has you thinking more Forever 21 than Vivienne Westwood? Not to worry, the fast fashion retailer now does home decor.