My top 10 wallpapers for 2017
If you’ve got flaunt it and if you don’t…fake it! That’s my motto, well for interiors anyway! Not all of us are blessed with amazing features in our homes like an old tin tiled ceilings, a beautiful brickwall or even an amazing concrete wall.So how do you give your pad so much needed va va voom without breaking the bank? Easy, you fake it! Nowadays there are so many outstanding wallpapers out there that can do just that…
First off, tin tiles my personal favourite… In the 1800’s tin ceilings were introduced to North America as an affordable alternative to the exquisite plaster work found in European homes. Today the irregularity and aged patina of flaking paint give much appeal to this American architectural icon.
Look closely and all is not what it seems. Piet Hein Eek, Piet Boon, Arthur Slenk (amongst others) and NLXL have combined to create mind teasing premium quality wallpaper.
You almost have to touch it to make sure that it is paper and not the real deal!The effect of this heavy duty wallpaper is astonishingly realistic. The quality is so high that you could almost fool anyone into thinking it’s real!
This White Panelling wallpaper by Young & Battaglia is inspired by Georgian architectural details and features white decorative panels for a classy and classic look. It can be used to create a bright elegant feel reminiscent of stately homes, georgian conservatories and posh hotels! Perfect for feature walls or a whole room.
Trompe l’oeil effect wallpaper to add a little bit of pizzazz !
Vintage weathered brick finely printed at true scale. Wonderfully textured with warm rustic tones.
A charming wall of vintage drawers. Featuring aged wooden tones, rustic metallic handles and crumpled storage labels.
Crackled paint wallpaper…
Vintage Bookshelf wallpaper, depicting shelves of old books to create a vintage library look.This wallpaper has the ambiance of an old bookshop!
PS: This is not a sponsored post, just love for brands I have bought from or would buy from.