An impressive statement wall can give your interior space that wow factor, and transform an ordinary backdrop into an extraordinary interior design. Whether you choose to give your traditional feature wall a twist with exaggerated colourful patterns, or channel the latest trends with industrial-style hanging wall lights – there are ample options to create symmetry and space with alternative feature walls.
Today we are launching a brand new wallpaper collection: Vintage Cities. The motifs depict well-attended and popular cities such as Rio de Janeiro, New York, Rome and Paris - all with a vintage inspired feel.
You have probably seen that Photowall has a number of richly coloured wallpaper patterns that look back in time to the 1970s and 1950s. I have chosen my favourites among our finest designer wallpaper and, as usual, offer up a little inspiration from design classics over the decades.
Now that the sun and warm weather seem to be here to stay, we would like to present our new, Spring-inspired wallpaper - Birch Forest Spring from Sne Design. Behind Sne Design is designer Christine Sveen. This new motif is typical of Sveen’s style: minimalistic, vibrant colors and shapes with playful themes. This time around, a bright birch forest with birds and other cute forest animals adorn the wallpaper. I think it goes perfectly in a child’s room or playroom, but would also be nice in the kitchen.
The Norwegian design group Scandinavian Surface has been successful with their simple, Nordic design with inspiration from their home milieu in magical Bergen.
Two of my favourite illustrators from the NU Agency have created two new wallpaper patterns for Photowall.
Winnie the Pooh - Up and Away
Decorating your walls is fun and easy and yet can be difficult when it comes to deciding what to actually put on them. The popular choices remains to be wallpapers: they are very durable and comes in various beautiful designs. Hanging art works is also an option, as well as picture frames and wall stencils.
Texture and colors in interior design