Jazz up your home with these nature-inspired wallpapers, including botanical, foliage and stone designs, that are modern and right on trend.
28 August 2017
Text by Louisa Clare Lim
With nature-inspired design and decor becoming more trendy, we’ll be seeing a lot more of botanical, foliage, stone and animal motifs around. And if you’re looking to update the look of your home by incorporating this latest trend in a fuss-free way, look to wallpaper or wall coverings.
Not only can printed wallpaper dramatically change the look of your space – after all, it occupies a large surface area – it lends interiors a modern luxe look with designer appeal. Think of wallpaper as art for your whole wall! Best of all, it is relatively affordable and doesn’t require any extensive renovation works.
Look for beautifully illustrated wallpapers, with realistic and fine details. Your best bet is to choose a modern graphical or artistic, painterly print that will blend in well with most interior design styles. Install the printed wallpaper on just one large surface, to create a focal point that is entrancing, yet not over-the-top.
Here are our top picks:
#5 The Anthology Definition collection of precious stone-inspired designs is simply stunning. Available at Goodrich Global.
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