Wallpaper Wednesday: We love Great Britain

Have you seen the shops at the moment and how they are totally embracing the whole Jubilee thing? Now of course they do just want us to buy their products but it does help to get you in the mood for everything British. Last week on Wallpaper Wednesday I ran a feature about Graham and Brown Jubille inspired wallpaper, as well as a competition to win 5 rolls. If you haven’t yet entered to pop to that page and let me know which is your favourite. The prize is worth £125!

Today I have a quick round up other Brittania inspired papers that I’ve found and love. I do hope you like them and if you feel like leaving a comment, please do.

The first is called Conversation from Albany. It’s a celebration of London life and sporting events all in a beautiful hand drawn print. Available from www.wallpaperdirect.com for £28 per roll.

This next one is a little bit out there and definitely won’t be to everyone’s taste. Bit of a curve ball really, but you never there may be one or two of you who would be brave enough to give this a go!. It’s called Catwalk and again comes from Albany. It features lots of quirky images of London in a striking black and red print. Great for an older boys room perhaps? Available from www.wallpaperdirect.com for just £11.98 per roll.

And finally, another one from Albany called Fashion which retails at £12.99. A great injection of Union Jacks, bold and feisty, there won’t be any getting away from this. It’s funky, cool and hip and I actually quite love it! I’d suggest a feature wall, or even small panels. Not for the faint hearted!

So there we go. A little round up of Albany wallpaper all available at wallpaperdirect.com featuring Great Britain inspired prints and artwork for your walls.

Jen Stanbrook
Jen Stanbrook

Jen is an interiors writer and blogger and has an insatiable love of home style and decor

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  1. Amanda
    June 8, 2012 / 8:12 am

    Love the 1st one, but the last two are a little bold even for me. Great feature!

    • Amanda
      June 8, 2012 / 8:13 am

      Acing said that my daughter would love them!

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