I don’t have a single wall that has been covered in wallpaper and I’m not sure why! Well actually maybe it’s because I get bored very quickly or that I’m a bit addicted to paint, or maybe that I like to add pattern through accessories I really don’t know.
When Farrow & Ball release their new range of wallpaper I swoon every time, this time being no exception. The three new botanical patterns, Atacama, Hegemone and Helleborus have been designed to create a calming escape within our homes, making the space restful a retreat to feel inspired.
The tropical Atacama is based on a swatch found in an old fabric mill. Farrow and Ball wallpapers add texture and tactility to your walls creating a three dimensional finish by using a roller block printing method with their own paint combinations. Striking colour palettes of Stiffkey Blue and Silver to soothing Purbeck Stone and Ammonite both working equally well when added with soft crumpled linens and worn woods.
Hegemone is definitely less rigid than classic floral patterns. Its free and organic blooms flow, bringing your walls to life. Taking it’s name from the Greek goddess of fruit and flowers this vibrant design comes in seven colourways rejuvenating any room in your house.
Last but definitely not least the maximalism design of Helleborus large and bold but fluid. It is one of the largest designs of the collection and I think my favourite especially in the Peignoir and Calamine combination. A soft neutral palette where you can use eclectic pieces to add brighter accents, making your space warm and inviting.
So if you feel like a little refresh before the darker days befall us, then why not spruce up a wall with one of these exciting new wallpapers bringing that Autumnal twist to your home.
Images 1, 2, & 5 my own the rest via Farrow & Ball