Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Something New - Wallpapers

If you have the budget why not invest in some beautiful wallpaper. Choosing the right wallpaper is essential if you want to create a look that will stand the test of time. Often wallpaper has a much more dramatic impact than paint and you can easily get away with doing one focal point wall instead of a whole room.

Orangerie is from The Baroque Papers collection and is bursting with extravagant detail encapsulating exotic leaf patterns interspersed with flowers and fruit such as the central pineapple motif. Full roll width is 53cm/21", roll length is 10m, pattern repeat is 61cm/24", Available in 21 colourways.

Farrow and Ball have created a stunning new range of papers that will suit any decor syle and come in a wide varieties of finishes and paper types.

ORANGERIE in light blue no 2517

CRAVELLI ROSE  from The Broccato Papers, and is a classic brocade pattern, featuring extravagant plumes of oak tree and acorn motifs in majestic rosettes linked by intricate wheat-inspired trellising. Full roll width is 53cm/21", roll length is 10m, pattern repeat is 31.1cm/12 1/4". Available in 10 colourways.

The Lotus Papers are an artisanal lotus-flower design, which is drawn from 19th century French archives and influenced by the Arts & Crafts Movement. Full roll width is 53cm/21", roll length is 10m, large pattern repeat is 52.2cm/20 1/2", small pattern repeat is 25.8cm/10 1/8". Available in 30 colourways in two different pattern sizes. Suitable for hanging either way.

A perfect way to visually frame your wall paper is to paint the skirting boards with a colour of the same family hue. Here they have used "Theresa's Green" as the colour beneath,, simply stunning if you ask me! 

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1 comment:

  1. I found your blog on the decor8 forum. I really love it. It is really fresh and has a great point a view.



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