Wallpaper Wednesday: 50’s inspired Miro from Sanderson

I’m a little bit head over heels with the 50’s inspired range from Sanderson at the moment. In fact, everything a little bit retro is getting plenty of attention from me currently. A few weeks ago we featured the fabulous Dandelion Clocks on the Wallpaper Wednesday post and this week I’ve picked their gorgeous Miro wallpaper to show you.

Available in several different colourways, this is my absolute favourite. In Lime, Blackcurrant and Black I find it simple yet stunning. Vertical hand drawn lines allow the tissue paper leaves to overlap beautifully leaving a striking, bold pattern that would look fabulous pretty much anywhere.

As you know I’m a bit of a sucker for these kinds of colours and I’m wondering where I could sneek a few rolls of this one at home. It’s available from the ever wonderful Wallpaper Direct and sells for £35 per roll.

If you’re not sure about those colours there are plenty more to choose from and all give a very different feel. Why not try something lighter and more fun. I could even see this one working in a child’s bedroom as it’s so bright and colourful.

Or here’s another favourite colourway in Reds, Golds and Off White. Fabulous for Autumnal inspiration.

The Miro range from Sanderson is available from lots of good wallpaper stockists and from Wallpaper Direct and retails for £35 per roll. Not a bad price for something so gorgeous.

What do you think of these? Would you like them in your home?


Jen Stanbrook
Jen Stanbrook

Jen is an award winning digital publisher and has been creating interiors and home decor content for over 10 years.
She has an insatiable love of home interiors, has worked with hundreds of brands, and currently supports many bloggers within the creative industries to share their expertise through writing.
She spends most of her time in her little garden office pod, has 2 daughters and 2 (fighting) cats.

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