A new website has been launched by JW Walls.com, offering a huge resource to enable people to produce their own customised wall coverings.
Customers can create their own unique feature wall art, or choose from an impressive collection of exclusive designer wall art, from dramatic classics and modern graphics to brilliant street art; these designs would transform any home or commercial premises into a unique space. Prices range from Â£110.
During the Tang dynasty Chinese scholars and artists painted beautiful creations onto silk and then stretched their work over a screen. This practice later developed into making wallpaper.
Shimu has brought this superb product to the UK from a leading supplier in China, at a more affordable price.
Black & DeckerÂ® have launched a new decorating range, so if you are planning to redecorate part or all of your home, this collection is just perfect for the job.
The range includes a roller and various sprayers; the six products are all easy to use and promise great results.
The latest collection from classic fabric designer Soleil Bleu par Wellmann has been launched by JAB Anstoetz, one of the worldâ€™s foremost fabric houses.
Provence, a romantic collection of decorative and upholstery fabrics, is inspired by a region renowned for its varied and sumptuous colours.
Launching in Spring this year is Melinki, the first collection of prints weaves and wallcoverings from Scion the new UK based company.
The Scion brand is planned to have an enormous effect on the home interiors world.
The trendy fabrics and wallcoverings are forward-looking, affordable and designed with the fashion conscious customer in mind.
Arthouse, now into its eleventh year, is becoming one of the UKâ€™s leading suppliers of home decoration products.
The Arthouse merchandise can help you to produce your own peaceful sanctuary, with cool soothing naturals and relaxing positive imagery.
Featured here is the Arthouse ‘buddha’ 3d Relief Effect Wall Canvas, which presents a beautiful and enlightening depiction of the heavenly â€˜Buddhaâ€™.
Farrow & Ball has introduced the Broccato Papers, their latest collection of traditionally made wallpapers, uniquely crafted using Farrow & Ball paint printed onto paper.
Broccato Papers is comprised of six delightful wallpapers, inspired by the Italian Renaissance period.
Named after the Italian translation for â€˜brocadeâ€™, all six designs within the collection are stimulated by the rich decorative fabrics featured in 14th and 15th century Renaissance paintings, housed at the National Gallery.
The leading interiors company Harlequin has produced their first collection with Clarissa Hulse who is one of the brilliant British designers.
Kallianthi, which means ‘wild flowers’ in Ancient Greek, is a charming botanical-inspired collection, and demonstrates all her trademark style and distinctive characteristics; it will be launched at Decorex in September 2011.
Inspired by her love of plants, pressed flowers and all things botanical, long walks in the countryside and her half-Greek heritage, Clarissa has created a captivating range of prints, weaves and wallpapers, which manage to be simultaneously very modern, yet timeless in their appeal.
Sandberg has announced the launch of Engla and Elliot, a charming collection of children’s fabrics and wallpapers, for summer 2011.
The Sandberg Studio has created an enchanting collection, inspired by the nostalgic influences of children’s storybooks from the 1950s, which tells a number of tales with-a-twist.
Engla and Elliot is a voyage of discovery for children and adults alike:
Crown Paints Ltd have just launched Crown VintageÂ® – a cool compilation of paint colours inspired by a continuing love of all things vintage.
Created in collaboration with Wayne & Gerardine Hemingway, Crown VintageÂ® celebrates Music, Fashion, Film, Art & Design over 5 decades of British fashion.
Featured here are the colours for the 60’s and 70’s.