So, I’ve started obsessing about wallpapers at the moment, finding myself randomly flicking through various sites ‘oohing’ and ‘ahhing’ at the variety that’s out there. It’s crazy the number of options available! Whilst clicking through pages and pages (and yes, the exaggeration is needed) of my online travels I did, however, find some absolute gems!
Without further adieu, let me introduce you to my top 3 finds! Starting from the bottom.
Anothozoa Coralline by Harlequin
This piece is absolutely gorgeous! Such a subtle calming colour with so much detail, it creates a tranquil experience just looking at it! The design is based on small botanical plants, visually describing the intricate variety of living organisms.
I imagine using this combined with a dado rail papering half the wall and pairing it with a basic colour such as whites or blues (depending on which colour option you go for of course).
Available in 4 colours, this design brings that seaside feeling to any space. Perfect to couple with neutral and earthy tones, and textured fabrics.
The next on my top 3 list is…..
Botany Banana by Lemon
Now there is a slight organic theme going on with my top 3 picks, but what can I say… I love everything about nature, and if I can bring those elements into my home all the better!
And finally, but certainly not least, my current top hit (drum roll please) …
Jellyfish from 17 Patterns
I absolutely love this piece, probably because it reminds me of my days as a dive instructor.… Which now feels like a lifetime ago! I find the intricate detail displayed throughout the design draws me into a serene yet strangely elegant awareness… This piece of art was created in collaboration between Christina K and 17 Patterns. And the best bit? It comes in 4 styles… Hurrah!
The colours and detail in this oozes class and style, perfect to combine with earthy tones throughout any space! Personally, I would balance this with dark oak flooring, copper accessories such as the Alto Brushed Cooper tap by Olif and finish with Sansevieria Zeylanica (more commonly known as mother-in-law’s-tongue) from The Little Botanical.
Loving the sharp colours in this version, pairing this with a wall mounted gold faucet & gold wall radiator just screams style! The colours in this theme would also work extremely work well with deep red mahogany wood flooring.
With these variants of colours you can change the dynamics of any space, matching colours and or themes throughout the environment. At a price tag of £190.00 per roll use this to be a prominent feature in any room.
And finally, this piece simplistic in its own sense yet creates such a diverse effect within any space. Letting the detailed line drawing speak for itself, perfectly paired with whitewash wood. I would also be inclined to add a simple but stylish black lighting such as the Pop Wall Light found on lightingmajestic.com.
Well, that’s it for the day, I hope you have been inspired to find the wallpaper to match your style! Don’t be shy be adventurous.