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As an interior design blogger I am always pondering various options when it comes to interiors – obviously, right? One of those options are wallpapers. Some like them. Some hate them. Some say they are old-fashioned. Others say they are trending and cool. No matter what stance we take, they are out there – and if it anything to go by the current wallpaper designs on the market, I’d rather believe the latter crowd. 


I think wallpaper come in beautiful designs, qualities and textures today. They are a great way to add visual impact in interiors though they have to be carefully selected and considered. And long gone are the days when it was a social duty to plaster every single wall in the home with wallpaper. Today many opt for striking feature walls – a great way to emphasize or visually structure a room.


One of my favorite paint brands, Farrow & Ball, have launched a brand new range of four Japanese inspired wallpaper designs. I assume you will agree with me if I say these designs are not vibrant, not flashy, not dominant. Instead these designs seem to root in history, Japanese craftsmanship to be precise, they seem to be soothing and calming. They sort of go with the current season. They unveil a richness in pattern and structure when viewed close-by, they seem to blur and balance when looked at from afar. 

So if you happen to look for wallpaper designs for any upcoming interior or DIY project, you might want to have a closer look at the latest Farrow & Ball wallpaper selection. 

Photography via Farrow & Ball
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  • Reply Jule aus 9B September 10, 2014 at 16:43

    Ich mag Tapete und ich mag Blau, die letzte ist also genau mein Ding… und wenn sie einem nicht mehr gefällt, ist sie auch immer schnell entfernt und wieder was Neues an der Wand! Aufgefallen ist mir allerdings, dass Tapete auch irgendwie immer teurer wird. Heutzutage gibt es ja kaum noch Tapeten, die nicht 80 – 90 Euro pro Rolle kosten. Auf vielen amerikanischen Blogs sieht man, wie Leute aufwändig mit Stempeltechniken ihre Wände verschönern und dafür gleich mal mehrere Tage lang arbeiten müssen – da lob ich mir doch Tapete, da ist es wirklich nicht mehr aufwändig und sone Wand ist in einer Stunde oder so flugs mal neu gestaltet.
    Jule

    • Reply Igor Josifovic September 10, 2014 at 21:08

      Das stimmt allerdings Jule! Wenn ich eine größere Wohnung hätte, würde ich zumindest eine Feature Wall tapezieren – so als visuelles Highlight.

  • Reply Corinne - Emerald Green Interiors September 10, 2014 at 19:14

    Hmmm this bird pattern reminds me a little too much about Scion’s Flight pattern. Everyone is copying everyone these days….

    • Reply Igor Josifovic September 10, 2014 at 21:09

      I don’t know Scion or their pattern – will have to google it.

  • Reply Beauty Follower September 10, 2014 at 19:35

    wow all of them are splendid,
    love the grey wall paper with the white seagulls!

  • Reply julia I mintlametta September 11, 2014 at 20:51

    wow! love all of them – as well the arrangement of furniture/accessoires in combination with the wallpapers – so much harmony …

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