Wallpaper Wednesday: Popsicle Trend from Graham and Brown

Welcome to this week’s Wallpaper post, my favourite time of the week.

If you follow regularly, you’ll have seen me mention a few weeks ago that I’m working with the lovely people and Graham and Brown and showcasing some of their designs as part of an ongoing programme. Obviously I’m only doing this because I love their pieces and think them worthy of including on the blog.

Graham and Brown’s Popsicle trend embodies everything bright and colourful. It’s the perfect trend to focus on during the summer months, when we are miuch more likely to embrace colour and include it in our home decor. With the doors and windows open to the better weather, and as we generally spend more time outside we are surrounded by nature and its wonderful colours.

So, with that in mind I’ve chosen a few of my favourite designs from the Graham and Brown collection, in wallpaper and wall art, that shows how you can bring a little bright and bold into your home this season.

Trippy Orange

trippy orangeFind this one here, available at £15 per roll.

Forest Muses Electric Blue by Marcel Wanders

Flock wallpaperBringing back good old fashioned flock wallpaper is bang on trend, and this striking electric blue design will certainly add a pop of warm colour to your home. Who said blue was a cold colour? I love this stunning design by Marcel Wanders, available for £55 per roll here.

Sailing Wall Art

sailing wall artGraham and Brown isn’t just about wallpaper, they have a lovely selection of other pieces that are excellent for adding colour to your walls. Take this piece of abstract art featuring two sailing boats on a waterside scene. Available here for £50

I do hope you’re inspired to add some Popsicle colour to your walls this summer. Where are you decorating next?

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2 Comments

  1. Sandra
    June 23, 2015 / 2:49 pm

    Nice post, Jen! The trippy orange wallpaper is sooo cool. It kind of brings me back to the 60s. 🙂

    • Liam
      June 25, 2015 / 1:44 pm

      The old fashioned flock wallpaper totally rocks. Some mixing with a brighter colour and it’s magic. Thank you for sharing!

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