We stepped inside Scarlett Moffatt’s new bedroom transformation for a taste of paradise. Read more for the inside scoop and her top wallpaper picks!
This Insta-worthy home has modern-botanical lover written all over it. From punchy emerald walls, to delicately detailed tropical prints – we spoke to Lydia to get the inside scoop on her love for interior design.
Initially setting up her Instagram account back when she first reserved her new-build in 2017, to find inspiration for her home, she never thought by sharing her own decorating progress it would be this much of a hit.
Dreaming of summer sunshine, swaying palm trees and the sand between your toes? Us too! Let’s face it, holidays are never far from anyone’s mind and when it comes to destinations, a tropical paradise is always going to be a winner.
It’s little surprise then, that the love of all things tropical is spilling over into our home decor. Design-savvy decorators are embracing the opportunity to bring the outdoors in, putting a fresh spin on things with large, luscious palm prints and exotic animals inspiring eye-catching wallpapers and murals.
The short answer is yes! Wallpapering your bathroom or downstairs toilet allows you to experiment with bold and beautiful prints, creating a dramatic look that’s hard to achieve when just painting or tiling your walls.
And you’ll be pleased to know that wallpapering your bathroom is no longer a risky business.
There’s no need to worry about durability or potential peeling with our range of bathroom wallpapers. As long as your bathroom is well ventilated, these washable wallpapers are designed to handle high humidity environments, and you can even clean them with a sponge.
As the saying goes, there really is beauty in simplicity. So, it comes as no surprise that Scandinavian-inspired interior design will continue to have a big influence on our home decor choices in 2021.
We’ve long been in love with this interior design trend, and this year we see a natural crossover between Scandi-style interiors and geometric wallpaper patterns.
This Nordic Graphics wallpaper trend is all about creating structured and functional living spaces.
Your master bedroom should be like your very own oasis – a room where you can hide away from the world to rest and recharge. It’s a very personal space, one that needs to be decorated and styled in a way that makes you feel completely at home in your surroundings.
So, to give you some inspiration for your master bedroom decor, we have a must-see makeover to share with you.
You’ll be amazed at what a simple feature wallpaper can do to transform your bedroom into a stunning escape.
When working from home, it’s super important to find a way to separate work life from home life, especially when they’ve both blended together into lockdown life!
An inspiring and stylish workspace is a must-have if you want to channel your inner boss and boost your productivity. Creating a designated workspace or transforming your spare room into a home office can provide you with the escape you need to get your creative juices flowing.
Looking for ideas to decorate your bedroom? We have picked the best wallpaper designs to help inspire you to create a contemporary and stylish master bedroom.
To kick start your next renovation, head on over to our website to shop our full range of wallpapers. For more ideas and inspiration on wallpapers take a look at our Instagram
We are so excited to sit down with Siobhan, a contestant on the brilliant season 2 of Interior Design Masters on BBC2 to find out more about her interior design style and passions as well as getting a few design tips too.
Siobhan (@interiorcurve) lives in Castleford in West Yorkshire with her husband Nick and beautiful ragdoll cat Benji.
There’s no denying that grey has been the favourite neutral in interior design for the past five to ten years. It’s cool, classy, and the perfect canvas for both subtle styles and bold accents.
But we’ve got our eye on a new neutral that’s giving grey a run for its money.
Will gold take the reins as the new favourite neutral?
When it comes to interior design, neutral means without colour. Think white, brown, black beige, ivory, taupe and, of course, grey.