When it comes to giving your home interior a powerful style surge for 2018, think wallpaper and decals bursting with untamed botanicals, bold florals and confident brushstrokes.
By Kerry Slavens
As part of this unapologetically wild trend, don’t be afraid to go “off the wall” by papering or decaling ceilings, headboards, room dividers and anything else that strikes your fancy. And because today’s wallpaper is easy to apply and remove, you have full permission to experiment.
Handmade watercolour mural in grey, green and blue splashes from Anewall, featuring photography by The Nickersons (Anewall, anewall.com)
Each Water & Ink Florals wall decal pack contains 18 muted blue blooms; arrange them to fill your space (Urban Walls, uwdecals.com)
Biosphere 01 in cherry blossom by artist David Palmer (Rollout, rollout.ca)
FEATHR Baltic Sea wallpaper pattern by Helsinki illustrator Teija Vartiainen (Finest Wallpaper, finestwallpaper.com)
Olivia Floral wallpaper in red motif (Anthropologie, anthropologie.com)
Arizona wallpaper in a gecko colour scheme by Scion from the Nuevo collection (available through Design District)
Groundworks Crescent paper in gold/ivory (Lee Jofa, leejofa.com)
Amazon-inspired Kelapa wallpaper from Harlequin’s Zapara collection (available through Design District)
Large Pink Brush Strokes wall decals in coral pink and yellow; kit includes 165 decals (Urban Walls, uwdecals.com)
Nana (Blue) from designer Justina Blakeney on clay-coated paper (Hygge & West, hyggeandwest.com)
This article is from the March/April 2018 issue of YAM.