A friend reminded me a little while ago that it’s been ages since I featured a Wallpaper Wednesday post, so I’m thrilled to say, it’s back!
Welcome to this week’s offering, the wonderful Deco Palm from the Geometric II collection from Cole and Son.
Available in 5 very different colourways, I’m showcasing a few of my favourites here on the blog.
I’ve long been a fan of Cole and Son designs. They really push the boundaries and give us something bold and dramatic every time. Admittedly, they’re prints aren’t for the faint hearted, but there’s something so appealing about a statement wall, or room even.
Deco Palm is inspired by Miami exotic foliage and worked into a very cool, contemporary design. It’s very on trend currently, with the love of palm and jungle prints not going anywhere just yet. And the different colourways give us some very different looks.
The first one above, in Hollywood Pink and Gold, feeds my current adoration of a pink interior. I’m not too sure where that’s come from, it’s really not very me, but there you are, I seem to be drawn to all thinks pink at the moment.
Then the second image above is much cooler, chalkier neutral for those that prefer a calmer backdrop for their interiors. Mixed with the art deco styled bedhead, and rich yellows, it appears elegant and refined.
Then below, I’ve chosen this rather crazy and very lustrous brick and teal print that works wonderfully with the African inspired room scheme. Also available in leafy greens and acid yellow on charcoal, there really is something for everyone in this design.
Don’t tell him indoors, but even after all the decorating and upheaval of a recent loft conversion, I’m keen to redo our living room, which is now looking a little tired and a wallpaper like Deco Palm would be a wonderful statement. Definitely something to mull over in the coming months.
What do you think of this print? Could you use it in your home?
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