New Season’s Wallpaper from Farrow & Ball, Bold & Noble, and Mini Moderns
With the seemingly never-ending bitter Winter weather across the UK (causing catastrophic floods across the South West and mini-tornadoes in Surrey), we can’t wait for Spring to come fast enough.
It’s always around this time of year, whatever the weather, that we get inspired by the season of rebirth and renewal, as many design companies release their new Spring ranges.
Desirable new designs start us looking around our rooms and thinking of refreshing our spaces. This season looks a positively stylish corker if the wallpapers we’ve featured here are anything to go by.
First up, we’re in love with the range of wallpapers by Farrow & Ball. This first one is inspired by parquet woodblock flooring and looks great in the five available colourways.
Next up is another new Farrow & Ball wallpaper called Samphire. Inspired by the delicate wild plant that thrives on the British coastline, this pattern also comes in five colourways and is a reworking of a design from the archives.
Bold & Noble are well known for bringing their stylish creativity to walls through their varied range of screenprinted artworks, including great typographic maps, and have now introduced a brand new range of wallpaper.
Printed in Lancashire in one of the UK’s last remaining paper mills, this new range of wallpaper designs are printed from non-toxic water-based inks on sustainable paper.
The screenprinted quality of the new Bold & Noble wallpapers not only fits their existing signature style, as demonstrated on their art prints, but also puts us in mind of classic Fornasetti papers, particularly the amazing townscape wallpaper called Province.
We recently featured the amazing Hinterland range of wallpapers created by Mini Moderns, inspired by Dungeness. They’ve also added a new wallpaper to their range called Peggy, inspired by the sort of utilitarian pegboard walling found in workshops.
We love the colours of this clean and simple design which is ideal for the pattern-phobic who want to add interest to bare walls.
Which new wallpaper design appeals to you the most?