A design classic, floral wallpaper has stood the test of time and has been (and remains to be!) the most popular of all styles.
We've rounded up a few of our most iconic designs to inspire your next project and help nature blossom inside your home no matter the season.
Chaotic and colourful, Maytime is inspired by the beauty of wild scattered flowers. Showcasing a variety of fresh florals bursting with romantic colour, this design illustrates spring in all its glory.
Photography: Anna Yanovski. Interior design: Emma Gurner. Home: Gayle RinkoffAva Marika Electric
Inspired by the 17th-Century Dutch Masters paintings, Ava Marika is an expressive and moody botanical floral, with touches of romanticism and pink undertones. The original design has been sourced from a hand painting and the beautiful brushstrokes and obvious mix of dark and coordinating paints make the Ava Marika look like an oil painting at first glance.
Photography: Darren Chung. Interior Design: Anouska LancasterArcadia Sherbet
The bold and beautiful Arcadia is a design born from the idea of peace and contentment. A bountiful garden of exotic blooms and trailing vines, it's a piece inspired by Chinoiserie and oriental design, which has been given a modern and inspired twist with a selection of bright and beautiful background shades. Available as both a fabric and wallpaper.
A painterly vision with soft pink shades and pops of chartreuse green against a backdrop of blues, Aquarelle is a piece inspired by the magical flora and fauna found on the rainforest floor. Painted with transparent watercolour paint tinted with flashes of colour, it’s a mural that will bring your space to life with its vibrant colours and uplifting feel.
October Bloom Navy Wallpaper
Chrysanthemums – late-blooming from our garden usher in Autumn, Nina’s favourite season. Hand painted in shades of white, pink and sage against a deep moody background for a floral which packs a real punch.