Matthew Williamson’s Mughal Garden livens up these Muted Settings

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.

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Mughal Garden – Dining room

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.

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Minimal white and earth tones with Mughal Garden

With the modern light fixture, this cozy cabin-esque living room feels more current. The Mughal Garden print also keeps it fun and interesting.

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Calm and cozy turned exciting

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.

Happy Designing!

Scalamandre is bringing you to Botany Bay

 Scalamandre fabrics has released a new spirited print, ‘Botany Bay’.

The English Dorset Coast was the inspiration for this design featuring a refreshed 19th century English archival print of pheasants perched on robust floral branches.

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Scalamandre – ‘Botany Bay’ in Black Ruby

The Black Ruby colorway of this Scalamandre print is deeply detailed. Warm golden and amber walnut tones emerge from the dark background to compliment the jade and grassy tones of the leafage.

You’ll notice small other pops of color such as sky blue and sapphire scattered throughout for extra variety and depth.

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Scalamandre – ‘Botany Bay’ in Sky Blue

For those interested in a more traditional light-hearted take, the sky blue colorway is gentle and breezy.

The pale blue background surrounds the brighter more vibrant pheasants and the mixed olive branches that support the floral formations.

The Reeves Pheasant was introduced to England in 1831 by British naturalist John Reeves and has since inspired a multitude of English hand block prints, many of which are now digitally printed.

This beautifully detailed bird placed upon saturated florals and strong branches is a must-have for anyone seeking a modern intricate floral that is intriguing and striking.

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‘Botany Bay’ Sky Blue on the drapes

If you’re interested in shopping these brand new patterns, we make it simple. Pricing and fabric information is available by clicking on any of the desired patterns.

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