There are thousands upon thousands of wallpaper designs out there, with enough patterns to put your head in a spin. To help make your living room décor decisions that little bit easier, we’re giving you some serious wallpaper inspiration with our guide to the top designs of 2017.
1. Rose Gold Reflections Wallpaper, Graham and Brown, £40.00 per roll
A wave of geometric patterns swept across the world of interiors in 2015, and their popularity doesn’t seem to be decreasing. Graham and Brown have named ‘Reflections’ as their Wallpaper of the Year, which comes in this on-trend rose gold hue.
2. Red Grunge Fading Paint Wallpaper, muralswallpaper.com, from £25.00 /m2
Marble and dreamy watercolour effects are also high on interior wishlists. This fading wallpaper design is perhaps one of the most popular prints on Pinterest this year.
3. Big Rothesay Extra Wide Wallpaper (9m), bluebellgray.com, £175.00
Bluebellgray is new to the wallpaper market and launched their first collection in 2016. Their vibrant and colourful abstract and floral designs are favoured amongst bloggers and interior professionals alike.
4. Botany Banana, Photo Wall, £29/m2
Botanical prints have overwhelmed our senses this season, with this bright green shade taking over Instagram feeds and Pinterest boards, thanks to ‘Greenery’ being named as Pantone Colour of the Year 2017. It’s a bold choice to cover your walls in this pattern, but it’ll certainly make an impact.
5. Enigma wallpaper, Farrow & Ball, £86 per roll
Stylish vintage wallpapers rarely go out of fashion, and the art deco trend is often the most coveted theme. This navy and gold art deco inspired wallpaper from Farrow & Ball will help you achieve the art deco look. Pair with brass accessories and velvet sofas for a sumptuous, luxe looking interior.
6. Still Life with Shadows Blue wallcovering, Ellie Cashman, custom prices.
Flowery wallpaper often conjures up visions of your Grandma’s bedroom; however, florals have had a modern makeover for 2017. Ellie Cashman leads the way with this realistic looking Still Life wallcovering. For modern, on-trend florals, the bigger the better – pretty oversized flowers on dark, moody coloured backdrops look elegant and striking.