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The Sandberg Studio has created a charming collection of wallpapers, motivated by the Swedish Art Deco, which was usually known as ‘Swedish Grace’.
The Swedish Grace collection, is comprised of 9 non-woven wallpapers.
Designed in Sandberg’s Studio, inspired by a luxurious and especially elegant period in Swedish design history and restating it with a contemporary twist.
Introducing Takker – a development in DIY that provides a handy solution for how we hang things in the home.
Say goodbye to the hassle of hanging pictures with hammer and nails, often the cause of broken plaster, cracked walls and sore throbbing thumbs.
For people with plasterboard walls, hanging anything up can be horrendous using raw plugs and screws, resulting in unsightly holes that are difficult to fix, when decorating or moving home.
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.
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:
DigetexHOME have introduced a striking new collection of floral watercolours, in response to the current new fashion for floral in home interiors.
These colourful designs would go well with your theme for any room you are planning to beautify.
The spectacular large scale florals are bold and appealing, and the new collection offers vivid, painterly floral prints featuring indigo poppies, wild daisies, golden tulips or vibrant flora.
These murals can provide a dramatic feature wall in a living room or bedroom, adding brightness and charm in an eye-catching colourful fashion.
House Couturier have every look covered, from bold graphic leafs to feminine flowers, in their new collection of flora inspired wallpapers.
The featured beautiful Hydrangea Vintage wallpaper marries delicate florals with soft, muted tones, creating a romantic country cottage feel and a serene background. This large-scale vintage floral design is based on an archive textile print, reminiscent of the enchantment of the British countryside; ideal for a bedroom or sitting room. A superior quality, 180gsm wallpaper with a smooth, matt print surface and non-woven backing. Many colour-ways are available. Priced at: Â£179 per roll â€“ 10m roll, 52cm wide.
Also new is a striking bold Geisha wallpaper with a modern twist that would look stunning on a feature wall in the bedroom or wonderfully decadent in a powder or dressing room.
Launched at 100% Design 2010, Garrendenny Lane Interiors is now stocking unusual, beautiful and varied wall panels by Scandinavian Surfaces.
Wall Panels are the new way to decorate feature walls in the home – be it to create a tall headboard, a statement in an alcove, to define areas in open plan spaces or a statement in a hallway.
Featuring wild animals and birds from the Norwegian woods, the wall panels show arctic hare and white grouse hiding behind twigs, reindeer peeping through branches and even a wolf in a domestic dog setting which has a message all of its own.
Interiors are continuing their love affair with prints for the new season.
House Couturierâ€™s stunning toile du jouy prints on wallpaper, fabric and lamps are a stylish way of incorporating the trend into your home.
The stunning new range of Toile du Jouy printed wallpapers, are available in classic black and cream, or for a softer look choose from cornflower blue (pictured here), pale lime or pastel pink.
It’s official: ‘brights’ are in and this season we’re adorning our wardrobes and our homes with a cheerful palette of cheeky hues, acid tones and eye-popping candy colours.
With their eye-catching designs and bursts of floral character, Jason.D’s exclusive digital prints are right on trend. So, rather than getting the paint brush and paint pots out, why not add a shot of colour with a vibrant floral print from Jason.D’s signature collection?
Taking inspiration from floral arrangements that other artists might ignore, Jason explains how he takes the flowers we give each other to say “thank you”, or “sorry”- perhaps bought in a corner shop or from a stall – then photographing them when they are past their best.
House Couturierâ€™s beautiful collection of appliquÃ© embroidery is based on Chinese and Art Noveau inspired imagery and the gorgeous trims look stunning on runners, curtain trims as well as chair backs and footstools.
The appliquÃ© embroidery trim panels can be used for upholstery, soft furnishings and curtain leading edges. They feature textured embroidered florals and Chinese style illustrations in velvet, satin and wool.
A wide range of colours, fabrics and designs are available. The appliquÃ© panels create a stylish contrast when featured on a curtainâ€™s leading edge, or use on a runner to add pattern to an otherwise neutral bedroom scheme.