There’s nothing better than an exotic and inviting wallpaper to add some dramatic style to your space.
In today’s post we’re highlighting a gorgeous minimal interior that uses gray tones and neutrals, but adds excitement with Matthew Williamson ‘Mughal Garden’ wallpaper.
While it’s quite daring to utilize such a vibrant and colorful wallpaper, notice how this entirely white and neutral dining room setting really pops against the fuchsia, purple, and green detailing.
With the modern light fixture, this cozy cabin-esque living room feels more current. The Mughal Garden print also keeps it fun and interesting.
If pink isn’t necessarily your color, the traditional #1 colorway of Mughal Garden still adds vibrancy. The calm and muted greens and blues of the furniture in this shot keep the room from feeling over whelming with such a expressive wallcovering.
There are four different colorways available on our shop, so you can find the exact palette for your personal tastes.
In today’s article we’re going to be discussing and reviewing some of our favorite new prints and recolors of existing patterns from Schumacher’s new Nautilus collection.
This collection is definitely ocean and nautical inspired, but in tasteful modern applications that don’t leave you feeling like you’re in a cheap beach shack.
Schumacher’s coral inspired print ‘Great Barrier Reef’ has three lively new color ways. The original three colors were a bit more muted and neutral, making these primary color ways pop.
The gold and pink coral prints hold true to natural coloration of exotic coral you’d find out in the wild. Thanks to coral’s natural formations, they make for awesome abstract wallcovering or upholstery.
For a simplistic fun Summer print, we heavily gravitated towards the ‘Palmetto Beach Embroidery’ in the blue color way. Something about these cute cartoon depictions of assorted palm trees is very appealing.
All the leafage is highlighted in a deep royal blue that gives the print some unpredictability and fun that any design moment could use for a little spice.
This last print ‘Coralline’ by Schumacher is an ode to the classic nautical stripes and rope motif that we’ve all seen millions of times.
What makes this print a little different is the attention to detail. Each column or stripe in this pattern is made of beautiful detailed swirls that remind us of the ocean.
In between is an intersecting imperfect rope detail that creates some nice natural lines because the formations it creates intersecting are not perfect, but differentiating.
If you’d like any help getting these gorgeous new Summer Schumacher prints and wallpapers into your home, simply give us a call.