Wallpaper Wednesday: Landscape Collection from Harlequin

modern geometric wallpaper

Welcome to this week’s modern and contemporary wallpaper offering and I can’t tell you how much I love this one! Well I’ll try, of course.

This is from Harlequin Landscapes collection, called Vista in shades of Ink, Mandarin and Smoke. Evocative of patchwork fields viewed from above, I just adore the colour combinations and geometric look of this print. If you’re looking for a wallpaper to compliment a modern, mid-century or retro theme this one is it.

If these colours aren’t your kind of thing don’t panic, there are several very different colour ways too.

How about Plateau from the Landscapes collection?

 

modern geometric wallpaper

 

Or you might like the more subtle Tranquil, from the same collection:

 

modern, striped wallpaper

 

Aren’t they just gorgeous! I’m a big fan of Harlequin wallpapers and they do have some very modern, contemporary collections.

In terms of pricing, both Vista and Plateau are £42 per roll, whilst Tranquil retails at £50 per roll.

Harlequin wallpapers are available from lots of good stockists like John Lewis and wallpaperdirect.co.uk

What do you think of this collection?

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4 Comments

  1. May 31, 2013 / 8:47 am

    OOh I think I would get a headache! But I quite like the blue stripes

    • Jen
      Author
      June 3, 2013 / 9:33 am

      Really? Hehe, they are quite bold aren’t they. Good in a larger space perhaps.

  2. Arabella Bazley
    June 13, 2013 / 8:31 am

    They are strangely disturbing but I do like them. Perhaps you could put them in the hallway to put visitors on the backfoot!

  3. Sodding Toronto
    October 6, 2016 / 1:36 am

    Who knew that wallpapers would change the look of the house. Incredible. Reminds me of my industry – landscaping. Simple changes. Big Impact

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