Momentum Wallcoverings Volume 2
The Momentum story continues with the new Momentum Wallcoverings Volume 2 collection featuring a stunning mix of eclectic styles, graphic prints and quirky designs. The range enjoys a fashion-focussed, forward-looking palette of chalky tones, ranging from subtle neutrals to monochromes and on-trend brights such as orange, apple and teal. Embossed effects, sumptuous beaded textures and metallic highlights add the finishing touch of glamour.
Dramatic, uninhibited and vibrant, Impasto has been inspired by the free, painterly style and light-reflecting techniques of the Impressionist movement: its prints and weaves are breathtaking in their liberated designs and intensity of colour. To achieve such a strikingly individual, artistic effect, each design has been hand-painted, drawing heavily on rich painterly textures and colours. This technique has been beautifully and sympathetically interpreted onto shimmering silks, cottons and sumptuous eye-catching velvets and weaves. Burgeoning florals, abundant blooms, abstract geometrics, ombré stripes, graceful hummingbirds come together in this thought-provoking, eye-pleasing, sensory delight of a collection
These collections will be available from the end of August I cant wait to see them down in London x
I have spotted another mountain inspired print this time by the wallpaper company missprint inspired by Britains mountainscapes its quirky and bold I LOVE IT x
Mountains and hills are certainly a pattern trend at the moment check out my post ‘Lets move to the hills‘
I love this wallpaper by Fine little day
‘Fine Little Day is a multidisciplinary art and design platform.
It’s also a sprawling and happily inconsistent brand and blog,
founded 2007 by Swedish artist Elisabeth Dunker. The main
focus is playful creating based on intuition, pleasure and joy.
Lectures, workshops and products is what we do.’
Ohoy wallpaper is designed by 8-year old Otto Dunker how cool is that?
its available from Photowall
‘A bash or do’ from the Victoria’s Medley collection by the fabulous Elli Popp
This wallpaper is a quirky collage of Victorian memorabilia and design with tongue in cheek elements including nudes and insects I LOVE IT x
Shop here I’m also loving the ceramics x
Winter sports Wallpaper by Duppeny
‘If there’s one thing Dupenny looks forward to every winter it’s our annual ski trip. Ski-ing, sledding, snowmen, snowballs… our Winter Sports wallpaper conjures up all the fun of hitting the slopes. All you’ll need now is a log fire, hot chocolate and a woolly jumper with a reindeer on. We love winter!’
How festive is this wallpaper its digitally printed onto non woven I especially love the festive jumpers x
Dupenny was founded in 2009 by Emily Dupen-Hopkins, and is based by the sea in Brighton, UK
Check out there blog click here
Embroidered wallpaper by the fabulous Custhom
A huge british favourite of mine x
Design collective CUSTHOM (Nathan Philpott and Jemma Ooi) began their collaborations shortly after graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2007. They have researched and developed user interactive products with the aim to explore processes and challenge the mass production of todays products.
“Our designs have always had a core theme of individuality or change of state – allowing uniqueness and unexpected outcomes. Yet we feel the role of the designer is not to provide an open ended result but to have considered all possibilities allowing the product to properly function and work aesthetically.”
B is for Black Crow Studios
watercolour LOVE x
‘Black Crow Studios is a custom wallpaper company that pushes the traditional idea of wallpaper into the realm of Art. This is for people who want to have something unique in their space that was created with them specifically in mind. We are looking for people who want to make a statement – be it understated or avant garde. This is not your average wallpaper! The main component of Black Crow Studios is the large wall murals where there is not a repeating pattern to drive you crazy just a beautiful design that works perfectly with your space and style. We believe in Quality over Quantity, so you will not see 8000 different designs to choose from, but you will see great designs and we hope that you will call on us to create a piece that is uniquely you!‘
I’m going to feature a designer/manufacturer from my A-Z Wallpaper LOVE list and post a favourite pattern every day. x
Up first is Clouds by Aimee Wilder
Aimée Wilder is a New York-based artist and graphic designer. After graduating from The Art Institute of Chicago in 2001, Aimée moved back to her native New York and began her career working in house for several firms including Designspace, Dwell, and Martha Stewart Living. Aimée has designed a wide range of pieces including bedding, wall treatments, fashion accessories and footwear. Her designs have been featured on products for Crate and Barrel, Urban Outfitters, Dwell & DwellBaby, MTV Cribs, Skip Hop, Toggs of Australia and most recently Vans.
Aimée currently works on a contract basis for clients and manages the design and development of her wallpaper line.
For Aimee’s Blog click here x
How gorgeous is this wall mural from Anthropology? X
From the wild imagination of Rebekah Maysles comes a watercolour city populated by sketched felines, blooming chrysanthemums and orbiting rings.
A festive Key I love the deep olive green against the silver glitter stars
The film Hugo tells the story of an orphan boy living a secret life in the walls of a Paris train station. With the help of an eccentric girl, he searches for the answer to a mystery linking the father he recently lost, the il-tempered toy shop owner living below him and a heart shaped lock, seemingly without a key.
Hugo, Martin Scorsese’s first 3D film, will be released on November 23, 2011.
A single Key on a necklace via flickr beautiful.
The NEW wallpaper collection from Fired Earth features Keys available in 3 colourways.
The NEW Marcel Wanders flock collection for Graham & Brown features a wallpaper with flying fairy’s holding keys LOVE it.
For other magical images please check out my KEY’s pinterest folder x
Library Wall Inspirations x
I spy Library Wallpapers x
NEW to the party Bookcase wallpaper by Young & Battaglia was featured in Elle Decoration, Feb edition 2011. Interior photography by Mark Howell and Young & Battaglia.
Young & Battaglia sepia bookshelf via mineheart
Young & Battaglia white bookshelf via mineheart
Tracey Kendall book wallpapers
atelier abigail ahern bookcase wallpaper
Abigail Ahern’s place image via the selby
My all time favourite don’t you just LOVE it used all over the wall? ’Genuine fake bookshelf’ byDeborah Bowness image via Home shopping spy
available to buy from Caravan I’ve wanted this wallpaper for years. I’am also guessing that the Deb Bowness & the Abigail Ahern paper is the same design visually yes but the price/repeat is different x
What do you think….?
check out my pinterest library walls board for more lovely images http://pinterest.com/magnolia_walls/library-walls/
I’ve always been a huge fan of the super funky mail order company Rockett St George there are always so many interesting, delightful yummy things.
below are my NEW favourites x What are yours ? x
in the woods with stags – Orwell & Goode
Linen cushion by wasp also loving the owl which is also available to buy.
Hares at night – Orwell & Goode
Atztec rug also liking the (kate moss) print
The roar of trees & the crack of branches by Coulson Macleod
paint splat rug what a cool room !!
I love this framed ‘Deer Skull’ print by Kate Kessling
Soooooo pretty – cut paper star
Gorgeous ‘Bright spark’ print by Magpie belle