Looking at decorating a living room, home office or bedroom at the end of this year? Let’s take a look at some of the hottest trends!
Stylish and trendy wallpapers have never been more popular. A few years ago, the trend was for neutral shades of paint etc, however, times have changed and, as such, so has interior design, with modern design now leaning towards expressions of individuality. And there is no better way to show your individuality than with printed wallpaper.
Abstract wallpaper patterns
In a digital world, it is no surprise to see geometric, abstract patterns coming to the forefront of interior design. They especially offer a futuristic, yet stylish décor for home offices and bedrooms.
Check out this design from www.iwantwallpaper.co.uk by Debona.
With day-to-day life more stressful than ever, designers are advising not to bring the stress home with you. Fill your home, especially your living room, with original wallpaper prints offering custom designs, unexpected colours and unusual textures.
Here’s one we think you’ll love from www.contrado.co.uk
We’re all trying to our bit for the environment, so why not try an eco-friendly wallpaper. Naturalism works really well with eco wallpapers and they work perfectly in rooms which receive ample sunlight.
www.farrow-ball.com offer some great, naturalist, eco-friendly wallpapers with their handcrafted ‘greener’ options.
Luxury, designer wallpaper is a sure-fire way to add some flair to your home. The wallpaper will immediately turn any room into a sophisticated one. Again, geometric pattersn are in favour for the future with lots of golds and dark greens.
Head over to www.grahambrown.com to find a huge selection of some of the most stylish luxury wallpaper available anywhere.
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