For this collection, Summer House x Aureum have created five new repeating patterns and a wall mural with distinct trees, all available in a variety of colour schemes.
The motifs are inspired by South African surroundings and contain both ingredients from suburban gardens and safari-inspired motifs with South African vegetation. The wallpapers contains typical South African bush boasts in an array of lush vegetation; Shrubs, euphorbias, aloes and succulents share the space in the dynamic motifs that can be repeated to any wallpaper size.
Here below follows the designers' thoughts behind each motif.
Inspired by the distinctive trees that are synonymous with Cape Towns Signal Hill.
An indigenous highveld plantscape – lush eclectic foliage densely packed together in typical suburban landscapes/gardens.
South African succulents and aloes.
Inspired by a safari trip into the lowveld, typical South African bush boasts an array of lush vegetation including euphorbias, aloes and succulents.
Bird spotting on a safari trip, hoopoes, starlings, hornbills, lilac breasted rollers.
Inspired by a safari trip into the lowveld, typical South African bush boasts an array of lush vegetation including umbrella thorn trees, euphorbias, aloes and succulents.
African inspired take on a typical "toile de jouy".