With all the trade and design shows currently on in London at the moment, we are being treated to a visual feast of new products, textiles and wall coverings. I am such a huge fan of wallpaper that I chose the subject to study for my final project at Uni and am constantly being seduced by the colours and pattern of surface print.
Here are some of the new designs that have caught my eye. I’m just wondering now where I can use them? That’s why I love my job, if I can’t sneak them into our home I can always persuade a client to use them!
Horse Trellis by Barneby Gates
Composed City Wallpaper by Esther Coombs
I know book designs have been around for some time, ever since the brilliant Deborah Bowness produced her stacked book paper but these two designs work really well and are reasonably priced and with my passion for old Penguin paperbacks, I really couldn’t resist the Anthropologie paper.
Stacked paperback wallpaper by Anthropologie
Library wallpaper by Andrew Martin
Perforated wallpaper that you can tear and make your own designs
Little trees by Missprint
Two new designs from the Broccato papers by Farrow & Ball, available in a range lovely colour palettes