You know how much I love wallpaper and how much I would love to embrace it and use it in your homes. If you follow the blog regularly you will also know that I’m giving away £150 to spend on custom wallpaper from WallpaperInk too.
So I thought Wallpaper Wednesday would be a good chance to take a look at their range and show you a some of my favourite products.
Maps Custom Wallpaper:
The image above is from their Maps range of which I’m quite a fan. There are all kinds to choose from, including rustic, old style, children’s and this one in words.
Abstract Custom Wallpaper:
I’m a big fan of anything abstract, loud and bold so when I saw this print from the Abstract range, I knew it was a favourite. I love the strong colouring, and general random nature of the image which would look amazing on a feature wall, particularly a chimney breast or in the alcoves. A 2m x 3m mural of this particular image would cost around £150.
Nature Custom Wallpaper:
Nature themed images are always popular and are a particular favourite of mine. I think they look great in children’s rooms or a playroom if you have one and they won’t date, and the children won’t grow out of them. The one I’ve featured here is a gorgeous underwater Coral Reef scene, vibrant and stunning. For a larger 4m x 3m mural this one would cost around £280.
If you’ve not come across custom wallpaper before, it’s a wonderful way to create something unique and personal to you. Just select your favourite image, or upload your own photograph, select the size of wall you want to fill, and hey presto, the price is calculated. You can then ‘move’ your selected size box around until you find the perfect piece of the image for your wall. Your mural is printed especially for you and sent out with full instructions on how to hang. And if you need help or guidance on the way, it’s always available.
So, what you are waiting for? If you’re doing up your home in time for Christmas and think some custom wallpaper might be for you, check it out!
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