Monday, 19 January 2009

Five Wallpapers I am in Love with Right Now

While sourcing materials for a clients project I found several unique papers that may not work for the project, but I had to share them with someone.

Which one is your favorite?


OCTAVIO - CHARCOAL/GOLD
Mulberry - Wall Covering
England


MARQUISE DAMASK FLOCK - SILVER/BLACK
Mulberry - Damask Wall Covering
England


FRETWORK - AQUA
GPJ Baker - Geometric Wall Covering
England


RIFLESSO - WHITE
Cole & Son - Fornasetti Wall Covering
England


HADDONHALLFLOCK - CREAM/SILVER
Cole & Sons Wall Covering
England


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10 comments:

christian barnard landscape studio said...

My vote is for the geometric wall covering from GPJ Baker

Colour Me Happy said...

I like the geometric one. The soft yellow and blue is a nice combination. Your blog is in my post today by the way!

qerat said...

I think I like them all, each one of them would look very special in the right context. The Octavio is special though

echito said...

It's so hard to choose! I really like the geometrics Octavio and Fretwork but I also love flocked papers and the detail in the fornasetti!!!!....I think fretwork takes the cake

michelle said...

Fornasetti is really nice...I just did the wall behind my bed in an old Paris map with the same "feel"

Beautiful Living said...

What a great selection you've made! Laura Ashley has a very similar wallpaper to the octavio. I used it for my ceiling and I absolutely love it! (You can see the results in my blog)
I also love the aqua fretwork and the haddonhallflock.
Thanks for the inspiration! :)

tanyaewa said...

Octavio and Marquise. For different reasons. Although I'd like to see bot aptterns in nthe same room - yum!

pve design said...

I they are all stunning. I love the geometrics but that Fornasetti Paper is amazing

Things That Inspire said...

I like the fretwork in aqua, but I think it is more for the aqua color than the pattern on the paper! I do like a good trellis pattern, but I tend to like softer, more rounded shapes rather than geometric.

Interior Designers Los Angeles said...

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