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    Decology Editorial Team
    Oct 6 th, 2017
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    Five Wonderful Wallpapers To Revitalise Your Home

    It seems at the moment there is a day or a week to celebrate everything. National Punctuation Day? Yes, it’s a real thing . Great British Pea Week? You better believe it. One week we can get on board with however is International Wallpaper Week, which is really and truly is happening from the 2nd – 8th October 2017. With this in mind, stay ahead of the wallpaper curve with our edit of the best new designs around, each one guaranteed to bring a burst of colour or pattern to your home this autumn.

    Parlour Games

    CommonRoom have a unique approach to creating wallpaper. Their aim, they say, is to make high-quality contemporary art accessible to the many rather than the few, and to do this they commission both emerging and established fine artists to come up with original designs. Their latest design ‘Parlour’, by Casa Estudio launched at this year’s London Design Festival and has been developed for the new interior of the parlour at London restaurant Sketch. It combines influences from both the architecture and decorative details of the 18th Century Conduit Street building, as well as Christian Dior’s 1970s London atelier. Launched in 2014 by London-based artist Kate Hawkins, all the company’s products are made in the UK by real craftsmen, which in turn supports British manufacturing and also helps minimise their carbon footprint. £130 per roll


    Five Wonderful Wallpapers To Revitalise Your Home

    Petal Power

    Founded in 1946 by Harold Graham and Henry Brown, household favourite Graham & Brown is to this day a family-run business that lists such names as Kelly Hoppen, Julien Macdonald, Barbara Hulanicki and even music innovator Brian Eno among their collaborators. This September, they announced their wallpaper of the year 2018 as a floral design that goes by the name of ‘Pierre’. So called in honour of the renowned French botanist Pierre Magnol, it features the flowering Magnolia plant, associated they say, with purity and dignity. They have also produced Penelope, the perfect paint to compliment the paper. Say that after a couple of gins. Pierre £40 per roll/ Penelope £32 per 2.5L tin

    Five Wonderful Wallpapers To Revitalise Your Home

    Branching Out

    Cult Brit homewares brand Mini Moderns have been coming up with the coolest graphic wallpaper and fabric designs since 2006. Now, Keith Stephenson and Mark Hampshire, who also list commissions for the Courtauld Gallery, the Southbank Centre, the National Theatre and the London Transport Museum on their CV have announced their newest design, ‘A Forest’. Launched at Decorex 2017 as part of their Saturday Night/Sunday Morning collection, the graphic print, available in 5 colourways, is based on the branch formations of an oak tree. More often known for their illustrative designs, this groovy design sees the the design duo move towards a more organic yet still structured style.   £55 per roll,

    Climb Any Mountain

    A graduate of London’s Central Saint Martins art college, Sian Zeng is an award-winning designer renowned for her imaginative wallpapers and interior accessories. Having won the Elle Decoration Young Talent of the Year Award 2010/2011 and Maison et Objet Les Découvertes prize in 2015, she now designs from her London studio using cutting-edge technologies alongside traditional techniques. Her latest offering, the ‘Mountain Collection’, features Chinese painting and European illustration styles to create an imaginative landscape of misty mountains and Chinese houses. Available as a classic wallpaper in grey and pink or dusky blue and peach, the pattern also comes as a magnetic wallpaper, which allows children to act out their own stories using a cast of illustrated character magnets. Mountains Classic Wallpaper, £69 per roll, and Mountains Magnetic Wallpaper £253 per roll,

    Join The Flock

    More commonly known for their range of bold fabrics conceived by an eclectic mix of artists, designers and recent graduates, Flock have this September expanded their portfolio to include three brand new wallpapers too. ‘Linear’ by Andrew Scott uses lines and forms inspired by the shapes, colours and textures of houses in Burano, Italy, and creates a simplistic yet lively repeat, while Gyeongmi Shin’s ‘Flint’ takes its cue from mid-century architectural and lays down a collage of graphic, inky greys. Finally, Rachel Parker’s ‘Atlas’ is a mashup of triangles in shades of green, which come together to create a thoroughly modern forest.  £120 per roll,

    Going Dutch

    Featuring famous works selected from The National Gallery, The V&A, The Royal Academy of Arts and The Ashmolean Museum, Surface View’s bespoke printing techniques means you can play with size, scale and surfaces so that these classic pieces can be re-interpreted as custom murals for your home. Their latest batch of archived ‘Dark Bloom’ images features the moody backdrops and vivid flowers often found in Dutch still life paintings, including this magnificent piece, ‘A Forest Floor, Still Life Of Flowers’ by Rachel Ruysch, which still look as radiant over 300 years since its creation. You can also specify bespoke prints and canvases should you so desire.   Wall murals from £65 per sqm

    Five Wonderful Wallpapers To Revitalise Your Home