As you are probably aware, one of my missions is to get more people using Wallpaper. Reducing the fear of hanging some gorgeous print on our walls is all part of what I love to do with Wallpaper Wednesday. So with this in mind, this week I’m focusing on wallpapers that are more subtle and gentle in their appearance, but still have the wow factor.
Last week I featured a beautiful Graham and Brown paper for your older girls’ room and this week I’m looking at some more including their Superfresco range.
It is a huge range but I’ve found some gorgeous geometric, subtle wallpapers that I think you’ll love.
Firstly we have Easy Checker, a textured paper taking inspiration from modern architecture. A great pattern to add interest and warmth to your walls without going for an overpowering colour or print. You could really paper all of the walls in your room with this one, or even combine with a paint colour or another contrasting wallpaper.
Secondly, I’ve found Cubix from the Graham and Brown range. Another subtle, geometric print that would suit all kinds of rooms. I’m particularly fond of this one! Keep it simple and use whites and grey tones in the room, or use it as a base to showcase a stronger yellow or red.
This next one, Ethos, again from the Graham and Brown range, is another grey tone evocative of luxurious moire fabric. Hard to see on the flat page, it balances a matt and gloss to give a seductive, shiny finish!
And then finally I wanted to show you this one, Tower. A fabulous geometric print, reminding me of Escher puzzles. You are sure to see something different every time you look at it. Again this would look great in pretty much any room in the house.
Most of these wallpapers are available in stronger colourways if you like the pattern but want more impact.
All of them are available from the Graham and Brown selection at The Range for between £15.99 and £19.99. Prices that really won’t break the bank. I’m super impressed with these wallpapers and think you can really make a difference to your room by keeping it calm and subtle. Why not consider some fabulous wallpaper for your next decorating project!
What do you think?
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