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New Wallpaper Designs from Scandinavian Wallpaper and Decor

This New Artisan Wallpaper Range is Pattern Perfection


Wallpaper tends to divide people.

I usually find that the folks who aren’t a fan of it are of a certain age. They’ve been through the trend decades ago, were thankful it went away and are now unsure if they’re ready to embrace it again. The good news, though, is that there are so many phenomenal designs on the market these days that are nothing like the dag-fest wallpapers of the 80s. And the three I’m showcasing on the blog today definitely fall into the OMG category.

If you’re stuck for feature wall ideas, these designs are going to inspire your for sure. Let’s do this!

Dragonfly-Wallpaper-Design-from-Scandinavian-Wallpaper-and-Decor Diagonal-Wallpaper-Design-from-Scandinavian-Wallpaper-and-DecorThese three designs are part of the new Artisan wallpaper range by Mimou – available through Scandinavian Wallpaper & Decor. The first design is called Nagano, the second Dragonfly and the third Diagonal.

They’re definitely bold designs, there’s no doubt about that. But what I love most about them is that they bring a sense of relaxed sophistication to a space, that would otherwise look rather dreary with a solid paint colour on the walls.

These wallpapers are surface printed in Sweden using an old fashion technique to create an exclusive hand-crafted feel, and I’m personally losing my mind over the diagonal design above. I love that the lines are not perfect. It creates a real sense of movement on the wall and would work well in a small space where you want to lead the eye up to the roof.

Want to know more? Click here to hit the Scandinavian Wallpaper & Decor website.

>>> Which is your fave design of the three? I’d love to hear from you in the comments below!

Outside of writing the TLC Interiors blog, Chris is an interior stylist and author. You can also catch him on your TV screens as a designer on Channel 10's Changing Rooms. If you'd like to book a design consult with Chris, you can find out more here

Comments (1)

  • I quite like the third one – it looks like the silver running through the paper has a lovely sheen to it.


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