Wallpaper can add an instant statement to any room and it continues to be a popular choice when it comes to decorating.
With so many designs and patterns it can be overwhelming trying to pick one that’s right for you. Whether you are looking for a flashy, bold pattern to make a statement or you simply desire subtle understatement, these on-trend designs will help you choose what’s right for you this winter.
This refreshing duck egg palette combined with leafy silhouettes gives a hint of a winter’s walk through a forest, with just enough colour to keep the room feeling warm.
Cool, crisp and bright, this shimmering design will brighten up any wall whilst nodding appreciation to the beautiful frozen landscape outside.
Graham and Brown, £32 a roll
A contemporary take on a retro pattern, this design combines linking geometric lines with shades of retro teal, and earthy browns.
Fifties style furniture and oriental simplicity will work a charm alongside this wallpaper.
Wallpaper Direct, £63 a roll
Natural textures are key wallpaper pattern trends this winter. Here we can see textures of wood, stone and marble fused together in this natural-style design.
This pattern is printed on a fabric-backed vinyl. It’s enhanced with an additional dusting of gold copper and pure silver flake glitter.
Style Library, £125 a roll
You can see what you want to see in patterns and we choose to see hints of Harry Potter and Christmas – the perfect combination!
This beautifully hand-drawn snowy owl design is inspired by mythology and nature. Combine with shabby chic furniture to create a magical old-world feel.
Style Library, £75 a roll
This gorgeous swirling pattern almost feels like it’s moving! Gold is right on trend this holiday season. The flecks in this design help catch the light, bringing warmth and shimmer to the room.
The marble effect and paint-like swirls have the essence of ancient Greek art and will bring a touch of class – and glam – to any wall.
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By Jamie Cameron