Bold wallpaper prints are a look that continue to grow in popularity, and Graham & Brown are tapping into the trend with two stunning new on-point patterns that are also timeless.
The modern yet romantic new launches are bursting with rich hues like burnt orange and emerald green that look fabulous mixed with metallic accents and sumptuous soft furnishings like velvet.
If you're looking to give your interiors a lovely winter refresh, these new wallpaper ideas are perfect. Discover the brand-new Graham & Brown wallpaper prints below.
Graham & Brown wallpaper: Bouquet
Bold and romantic, the Bouquet wallpaper from Graham & Brown is reminiscent of a Victorian still life watercolour painting. The heady delight of a flower garden at dusk is presented in warm autumnal hues, illuminated by rich cream undertones. Layered roses, peonies, aquilegia and nigella flowers burst into life in a dazzling array of delicate rose-tinted shades across textured fibrous paper.
Paula Taylor, Colour and Trends Specialist at Graham & Brown, said: "The enduring popularity of floral wallpaper designs show no sign of waning. In 2020, we are seeing floral designs take a maximalist turn, with bold bright colourways and layered patterns inspired by an eclectic range of design schools and art movements.
"Balance botanical forms in contrasting scales with a common colour palette and simple industrial-style furnishings. Update more classic illustrative styles with contemporary shades of dusky pastel pink and fresh mint green.”
Graham & Brown wallpaper: Venetian
Refreshing a Graham & Brown archive classic, the Venetian wallpaper re-imagines a hand-painted artwork that dates back to 1873.
In mural form, the design is coloured by rich hues of mulberry, maroon and burgundy – the new wallpaper range presents a contemporary update with a fresh palette of pale mint and duck egg blue.
Budding blooms, tangled branches and vibrant foliage invite the beauty of the great outdoors into the home and enliven indoor spaces.
A black-billed magpie perches on the curve of a tree limb, whilst delicate trails of pine and rock rose intertwine across a textured backdrop. Flashes of magenta syringa flower brighten the design inferring movement and growth.
The only difficult decision is which one to choose. Visit www.grahambrown.com/uk for more information.
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