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‘Don’t be afraid to paper all the walls in a room and even go as far as papering the ceiling, too.
Support independent artists and look out for bespoke wallpaper and fabric designs that have been created from unique hand drawings and paintings. if you prefer a more neutral colour scheme but want to work in some pattern or give a room depth, try incorporating textured wallpaper.
Framed wallpaper panels make a confident statement without taking over an entire room. Use the same pattern for soft furnishings to bring the scheme together. Wallpaper patterns that replicate exposed brickwork or timber strips can add texture to homes that don’t have original features.
Wall murals featuring classical architecture or city landscapes are a fabulous way to create a feature wall. Historically themed wallpapers, such as patterns from the iconic William Morris collection, can give an interior a more traditional and sophisticated feel.’