I am a huge fan of Neisha Crosland designs and was really excited to view her new wallpaper 7 collection.
I am currently working on a period property in a conservation area and am keen to keep the design fresh, calm and restful and true to the architecture of the property. The samples of the wallpapers popped through my letter box this morning and I was not disappointed with Ms Croslands new offerings. Each of the colours were inspired by her personal early memories such as gold tipped cocktail cigarettes and her grandmothers little espresso spoons and the names given to the colours are just as evocative. Green tea, milk and parma violet conjure up images of a more glamorous age.
The 6 geometric designs are inspired by North African architecture and crafts, a recurring theme of Neisha’s and the 2 large scale florals take inspiration from 1920’s embroidery and jacobean paisley work.
My only problem now is which ones to use, I love them all! The image below is a favourite of mine and the colour combo of mauve and grey is both feminine and timeless, perfect for the master bedroom. Maybe I have found my inspiration?
Lantern in Pigeon Blue – Wallpapers 7
majorelle in Lupin – Wallpapers 7