Wallpaper Wednesday: Next New Collection

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We looked at a small selection of Next Wallpaper last year for Wallpaper Wednesday and with the new collections now out I thought it would be an ideal time to go and peruse their latest selection.

I’m always really impressed by the price of Next wallpaper compared to many designer types and other high street brands. I’ve not used it myself so I can’t personally endorse it but looking at reviews on the website it would seem it’s well received. I have used Next paint in the Love Chic Living Dining room and I can safely say it’s a great product.

And so the NEXT Wallpaper. The one above, Architecture, works well with a French inspired, vintage style room as well as a more urban, contemporary scheme. I love the repeating pattern, feeding my love of geometrics. At jsut £15 per roll this is inspired.

This next one, called Frames, again French Vintage inspired is great fun as well as looking super stylish. Great for a toned down kids bedroom as well as a glamorous Dining Room. I do like this one and could see it working well in our Bedroom. Not too girly and feminine and would look great on a feature wall. Another bargain at £18 per roll.

 

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Can you see maybe I’m following a theme here? I’m quite inspired by this French Vintage theme that Next have going on and this Birdcage Wallpaper is no exception. Ideal for a teenager’s bedroom, not too girly but very cool with a modern colourway. Add lots of sparkly cushions and vintage themed furniture like an iron bedstead for a really glamorous look.

Would your daughter like this pattern? Again, very reasonably priced at just £15 per roll.

 

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So do you like this kind of wallpaper style? Could you see it working in your own home? Many of the prints and patterns I feature I’m very inspired by but I know they won’t work with my current decor. That doesn’t stop me loving them of course, and if I had a holiday home then I could have a completely different look to escape to!

 

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