By Ruth Doherty published
There's nothing quite like an exquisite fine art wallpaper to make a stylish statement in your home, and Timorous Beasties wallpaper is up there with some of the most innovative and original.
To mark 30 years of design, Timorous Beasties is now launching the Oceana collection for the 2020 Paris Deco Off exhibition in January.
Plunging into a world of marine motifs, the new collection is swimming with three decades of design archive – a retrospective flow of pattern and repeat, from coral abstracts on cork wallpapers, to the meticulous detail of weed columns, crustacea, and fish in the new super wide wallpapers, fabrics, and modal velvet cushions.
We particularly love the wallpaper designs, which areflamboyant and fun yet ultra-chic, and bursting with life and bold, bright colourways.
Timorous Beasties was founded in 1990 by Alistair McAuley and Paul Simmons. Today, as an internationally acclaimed brand, the Glasgow-based studio is a diverse company. Adapting a universal range of materials and techniques, its collections and bespoke designs vividly redefine both residential and commercial spaces.
The Paris Deco Off exhibition 2020 takes place from 16 to 20 January and is a 'rendezvous' of international interior designers and decorations editors.
Seen as a five-day parallel event to the January edition of Paris Maison & Objet, participating interior design trade showrooms, pop-ups and exhibition—open their doors to celebrate their newest collections.
International buyers and designers descend on the showrooms to view the latest wallpaper trends and new releases in textiles, trimmings, lighting, home accessories, and floor and wall coverings.
And these stunning bold Timorous Beasties wallpaper statements will be there, and available to shop at www.timorousbeasties.com from January 2020.
Ruth Doherty is an interiors writer who has worked for Homes & Gardens and Ideal Home magazines among many others.
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