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Love pattern? Then you'll be all over these new designs championing British brands and designers

Alternative Flooring x Liberty Fabrics

Talk about wow-factor for floors! For the first time the heritage fabric brand Liberty Fabrics is dressing floors with some of their iconic prints, adding to the plethora of patterns in the Quirky B range at Alternative Flooring (opens in new tab). (Available to buy now £149 per sqm)

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Flowers of Thorpe in Summer Garden

This showstopper designed in the 70's represents the classic 1930's ditsy floral (although not so tiny here!). This granny-chic design makes a bold statement as a stair runner or a vibrant addition to a plain white room.

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Felix Raison in Classic

This Paisley print has been re-worked from a hand-painted original mid 19th century shawl from the Liberty archive. Take it from traditional to modern with a daring pattern clash for curtains and an eclectic mix of furniture.

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Strawberry Meadow in Peacock

The William Morris design was created in 1883 but first printed by Liberty for their interiors collection in 1979. This print stands the test of time, the blue-on-blue tonal effect keeps gives it a fresh and contemporary re-invention.

Sofa.com X Barneby Gates

The latest Sofa.com Design Lab (opens in new tab) sees wallpaper and fabric designers Barneby Gates transfer their signature style to two new designs for sofas, armchair, footstools and cushions.

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Ottoman regular footstool in Owl linen, £360; Bluebell Sofa in Owl linwn, £2,020; Bluebell armchair in Owl woven, £1,040

The Owl print give woodland a Deco twist, printed on heavy linen with the hand drawn owl nestled in the background it gives a rustic nod to country whilst the geometric trellis adds a smart edge.

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Fingal 3 seat in Palm Trellis velvet, £1,360; Fingal 2 seat in Palm Trellis Linen, £1,170

The old school glamour of Palm Trellis in jewel tones of rich emerald and teal gives way to all out luxury with a velvet finish. Set against moody paint colours, it will create a cosseting, sumptuous finish for autumn winter.

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Scatter cushion in Palm Trellis velvet, £60

Graham & Brown x 2LG

To celebrate their 70th
anniversary, Graham & Brown (opens in new tab) have teamed up with interior design duo 2LovelyGays (opens in new tab).
2LG took a step back through the Graham & Brown archive and picked out elements of their favourite wallpapers, combining them with design inspiration from their Victorian house renovation - the result The Perry Rise Collection. (Available soon, £50 per roll)

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Joy wallpaper in blue

The striking floral stripe, Joy, has steered clear of the chintz with a modern makeover using simple, muted tones with a graphic finish against a contemporary diagnoal stripe. Pair up with the broad stripe, silk effect Rebecca; these two make a perfect team if you want to liven up a plain but wall to wall florals isn't your thing!

bedroom with printed blue wall and white bed with pillows

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Totem in Jade

The Totem wallapper is a unique mash up of 8 archive designs, the little vignettes are a time line of different periods of wallpaper history, including a snippet of wallpaper revealed in their own house renovation. Also available in soft blush and chalky denim blue.

living room with printed blue wall and round mirror on wall

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Wonder in blush

Versatile Wonder is a digital take on a classic geometric. In the chalky toned palette, it's the perfect subtle complement the bolder Totem and Joy.