Wallpaper Wednesday: Big Bright Statement Prints

Well it’s been a while but I’m thrilled to have another Wallpaper Wednesday on the blog. If you’re in the market for some new wallpaper and fancy something big, bold and in your face, look no further. I’ve pulled together a few favourites of mine which would we could definitely class as a statement print.

These are not for those of you who like a minimal, quiet, calm space. These are busy, loud and dramatic and they will bring your home to life! Read on to check out my favourite 5 big bright statement wallpaper. These are proud prints and ones that shouldn’t and can’t be hidden. I found them all at Lions Home UK – an online shopping portal for all things lifestyle related.

Wallpaper Wednesday: Big Bold and Beautiful!

So my first showcase is this very moody, dark print from Arthouse. Called Momoka it’s rich, atmospheric and sumptuous.

Whilst I’m not always a fan of a strong pink in a wallpaper, I love the contrast of the bright hue against the dark base. Wouldn’t this look amazing in a bedroom. Not too feminine, and set with other dark shades it feels almost regal. The Arthouse Momoka is £34.99 per roll.

Timorous Beasties

I absolutely adore Timorous Beasties prints – but alas they are probably out of my price range. That doesn’t stop me lusting after them though. This one is called Damsel Damask 

It’s a super wide blue and black damask wallpaper with gold accents, set on a black and white background. Big and bold it would make a stunning feature in a tiny loo, or your dining room. With a 10m drop and at 70cm wide you could go for just one roll and make it a feature. Retails at £200 per roll.

Superfresco Easy Botanical

I couldn’t let the feature go without including a botanical print, and this one from Superfresco really caught my eye. I think it’s the colour combination of coral and greens which attracts me.

There are so many ways to accessorise this print. Use neutrals to really allow the print to shine, or couple with dark woods and soft furnishings to give it more punch (if it needs it!). Superfresco is really easy to use and doesn’t need a pasting table either. And at £9.99 per roll, it’s a bargain too.

Timorous Beasties no. 2

Yes, I know. Another Timorous Beasties, but seriously, how gorgeous is this colourway? Mixing reds, pinks and oranges in this Watercolour Damask print is bang on trend.

Colour clashing is the latest trend in fashion so of course it has to follow into interiors too. Pink and red is my favourite colour clash of the moment and so this design is my favourite of the whole selection. This is a hand printed wall panel for £700 so really outside my price range, but it doesn’t hurt to look!

Designers Guild Oriental Bamboo

So the bamboo style print has been around for a few seasons now but I don’t see it going out of vogue for many. This one in particular from Designers Guild has a striking, and very different yellow backdrop making it really stand out for me.

Oriental bamboo wallpaper still has its place and this one could be used in any number of settings. Couple with lots of greens, rattan furniture and natural materials and you have a very organic, earthy feel. Don’t forget to add some real plants too. This Designers Guild print retails at £75 per roll.

All of these wallpapers were discovered on the Lions Home UK wallpaper section. If you want some further inspiration, do go and take a browse.

Do you have a favourite in this week’s Wallpaper Wednesday? You can find lots more Wallpaper inspiration on the blog HERE.

Jen x

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All images courtesy of Lions Home UK

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3 Comments

  1. May 19, 2018 / 4:32 am

    Bamboo print design is not good for bed sheets as it does not give a comfort sleep and person cannot sleep on it. One has to go for other print bed sheets rather than bamboo design bed sheets.

  2. May 29, 2018 / 11:18 am

    You have found some dramatic and beautiful designs. I particularly like the botanical wallpaper.

  3. June 6, 2018 / 8:01 pm

    I adore the bamboo print. I wonder whether it might be a bit too much for our hallway. It’s so vibrant so I feel it was brighten it up.

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