Reply Fiona Mostyn October 11, at This vibrant design evokes memories of an idyllic Lancashire childhood when hours were spent in parks and woodlands collecting conkers for epic playground battles! Another modern interpretation of the Japanese trend in interiors, Zen is a make-believe Oriental flowering shrub, originally hand painted in two gentle colourways of slate grey and creamy magnolia. I love the exotic, slightly whimsical look of the bird, with its tropical, flamboyant plumage. An homage to the surreal! Available in Slate Grey and Blue.
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I love its timeless, vintage qualities which I adore and it would look great anywhere in your home too. Before we start I wkodchip wanted to let you know that this post is by no means sponsored in any way.
There are 8 different colourways to choose from so if you love the look you can easily find a colour to suit your home.
Reply Stacey Sheppard October 9, at Reply Lin Warwick October 7, at 7: This collection is meant to transport ajd away from the real world into a pastoral utopia. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Pinterest Facebook Twitter Email. You could recreate your very own garden of Eden.
A different colourway to the one that we chose for our bedroom this botanical styled design is one that is so pretty and fresh.
The question is which colour you should go for…. Claire who I featured on Tuesday had bought a roll of wallpaper she fell in love with and although it took her two years to put it up, she did. Hand-painted from the imagination of an artist to adorn your walls. I love the exotic, slightly whimsical look of the magnoliq, with its tropical, flamboyant plumage.
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We often forget this element when we purchase anything for our homes but somewhere someone has dedicated their time and skills to create something that is unique. But be warned you might need a cuppa and a packet of biscuits whilst you browse! Other companies should take note and follow her in crediting designers for their work!
So thank you so much for the reminder. Reply Maria October 14, at 9: Nina honed her craft before computer-aided technology exploded onto the scene when every single colour-way was hand painted, and every design layout was hand-drawn in full repeat. Tropical Paradise Jungle Mono Grey Wallpaper Mural — I might not be able woodchpi convince you to step away from the greyiege that has taken over our magnolia walls, but it might be possible to tempt you with a grey wallpaper with a difference.
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First up we have a series of beautifully etched, dream-like woodland scenes, these stunning murals have been created to evoke a gentle narrative which transports you to a magnokia, magical place. So many lovely choices.
Forget greige or beige and be brave and true to yourself. Nina is super lovely and her love for our walls really shines through with her collections! Kitchen or bathroom anyone? Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Together with her husband and business partner, Paul, the company designs and manufactures unique, luxury wall coverings for both domestic and commercial interior settings all from their Lancashire studio. Legs Eleven Flamingo Wallpaper. Form action Subscribe Unsubscribe.
Captured here is the memory of it for Nina as a girl, a whimsical, oriental inspired garden of dreams. Finding our own unique style and decor preferences wallpaper allows us woodcchip fully express ourselves. I love the muted tones of the monochrome magjolia murals.
I simply adore this oriental inspired design with Cranes perching on imaginary bonsai style branches. These are such magical designs. This vibrant design evokes memories of an idyllic Lancashire soodchip when hours were spent in parks manolia woodlands collecting conkers for epic playground battles! By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.