This summer it’s all about patterns and prints. From structured geometric design to wild leafy landscapes, wallpaper can bring an element of fun and a pop of colour into your space. Any of these is perfect to make your summer home comforting, away from the summer heat.
Touch of the Tropics
One of the biggest trends this year is 90s comebacks, bold prints and flower designs. A tropical backdrop is perfect in creating this look. Big leafy palms and colourful birds will give your living room an irresistible fun and vibrant look whether you live in a shared ownership home in Hampshire or a city apartment in London. Pair your leafy walls with deep velvet furniture, bright cushions and glossy gold trimmings. Simple gold candlestick holders and copper detail mirrors can really complete this look and create a summer glamour and dynamic backdrop that never goes out of fashion.
If you like a sleeker look then these clean lines and geometric patterns can create just that. Bold lines against a solid colour will give your living room a focal point that allows you to coordinate furniture in a similar way. This is the kind of wallpaper that won’t make your room feel ‘busy’. With its simplicity you can pair angular furniture and create a sophisticated look with basic and uncomplicated designs.
Need an influx of colour in your living room? This latest trend will bring the sunshine into your home while creating an authentic 1970s look. This revamped retro style works great in a larger living rooms that you want to feel fresh and cosy. Mustard wallpaper is a great way to create a dynamic and dramatic look without too much pattern. Perfect for summer and a great pairing with creams, oranges and tans, you can brighten up your room and create a vintage vibe with a simple change of colour scheme.
If you really want to bring the summer sun into your space then this North African design is just what you need. Tiled effect wallpaper paired with stained glass lanterns will infuse the warmth of the Moroccan sunset and send light scattering. Pair with rugs and wicker for a fresh and light look and layer fabrics in reds, yellows and blues. This look will bring your living room to life and breathe personality into even the most neglected corners.