Wallpaper is a quick and (relatively) easy way to give your walls some wow-factor. It’s time to get out the wallpaper paste
Got the blues
Blue is still going strong and the latest wallpaper from Little Greene, Camelia, launching this month is vibrant, almost Mediterranean like. Combine with white décor or marble for a contemporary look. Go on, be a shade braver.
Camelia Smalt Wallpaper, £57 per roll, Little Greene
Specialising in unique fabrics and unexpected finishes, the latest wallpaper collection from Brian Yates, Planish, is no exception. The shimmering patterns, gold threads and silver reflections work wonderfully with simple wooden furniture in block, neutral colours.
Planish collection, from £65.00 per roll, Brian Yates
Working with artists, who submit designs online which then go up for public vote or ‘crowd curation’ to make it into the collection, Feathr’s digitally printed wallpapers are innovative and different. We love the Baltic Sea design, with it’s calming tones of blue and white, by Helsinki-based illustrator and designer Tija Vartiainen.
Baltic Sea by Tija Vartiainen, £89 per roll, Feathr
If you’re a lover of bold pattern, the new wallpapers from Cole & Son are sure to appeal. The successor to an earlier collection, Geometric II boasts large-scale designs in vibrant shades.
Tile 105/12054 wallpaper, £76 a roll, Cole & Son
Simple, charming and with a great price point, this Scandinavian inspired landscape wallpaper has a beautifully calming coatal feel.
Nordic House Wallpaper, £19 per roll, John Lewis