Starting with a Christy Shepherd Garrett wallpaper sample book from the 1890's, I extracted almost 2,000 floral patterns. With these digital files, I created a data set that could be used to train a machine learning algorithm. After training the algorithm against the floral data set, I instructed the program to generate a new set of unique floral images, i.e. algorithmic floral patterns. From the results, I selected patterns that could be used to create a repeated pattern for wallpaper and nine single files that showed a progression in the development of a pattern to be printed on silicone edge graphic fabric and installed in custom designed rear-lit lightboxes.