The Joy of Wallpaper
If like us, you have a love for pattern it will probably follow that you love wallpaper too. The range of patterns available is huge, not to mention the simple textured designs on the market. Wallpaper adds depth and interest to a room as well as giving the opportunity for fun and colour. Whether it be a small cloakroom with a bold block print, a sophisticated sitting room with a grass cloth weave or a children’s room with a whimsical motif – we just can’t get enough!
Today we are going to share with you some of our favourite suppliers to get the creative juices flowing.
The blog title image is from Interior designer Beata Heuman (who’s work we love!) and her own Marbeleized wallpaper design. Just heaven!
St Jude’s is a collective of designers who create stunning wallpapers and fabrics. A couple of our particular favourites are featured below. Think cloakroom or utility room to create an interesting small space.
Harvest Hare wallpaper by Mark Herald
Tree and Cow wallpaper by Edward Barden
Textile designer Mimi Pickard has a range of wallpapers inspired by the Bloomsbury Group. We particularly love Dolly in Moss below. Picture a beautiful guest bedroom or home office space.
Dolly in Moss
Blithfield create fabric and wallpapers that are inspired by documents from around the world. We particularly like the collection by Interior designer Kit Kemp and the below featured Brookfield Collection. Its easy to use abstracts and geometrics make for fantastic bedrooms or hallways
Boråstapeter is one of Sweden’s oldest brand of wallcoverings. They stock a range of beautiful collections including Scandinavian designers which has a host of gorgeous geometrics and florals and the below featured Wonderland collection by Hanna Werning. Gorgeous for a whimsical child’s room
Hoppmosse Wonderland collection Hanna Werning
An American based company that’s UK home is at the Chelsea Harbour Design Centre. We constantly go back for interesting textured wallpapers that add warmth and depth to sophisticated sitting rooms and master suits.
Japanese Woven Jute – Cream
American company Trustworth studios represent beautiful designs of the English arts and crafts movement. Possibly the most beautiful wallpapers out there, we would use these designs just about anywhere we can!
Supply beautiful wallpapers that have grown from fragments of historic designs and in many cases recoloured in beautiful colour combinations. They also represent Martha Armitage who creates hand lino block printed designs such as the featured design below. We would love to see this in a rich dining room scheme.