Now that we have entered a brand new year it is time to review which trends we are leaving in 2019 and what styles we will be adopting in 2020. Since the festive season has now quietened and life is slowly but surely getting back into a routine it is the perfect time to assess the New Year in the world of home decor. What has been officially chosen as the colour of 2020? What simple decor changes shall we be making around the house?
The day has come. Your wallpaper has just arrived in the post. You’re staring at your blank wall... you’ve now realised that you have no idea how to put your new wallpaper up. After getting carried away scrolling through pages and pages of beautiful, high quality wallpaper, it’s easy to forget the reality of applying it to your walls. Luckily, that’s what the internet is for! Unfortunately we cannot crawl through the screen and help you put your fabulous paper up but we can sure give you some tips and tricks as to how to get started.
In this first blog post we’ll start with the tools you should consider getting to make your wallpapering experience go a lot more smoothly.
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Today marks the first day of International Wallpaper Week, a whole week dedicated to celebrating wallpaper... what could be better?! Our gift to you to mark our favourite week of the year is 10% off EVERYTHING on worldofwallpaper.com! This offer runs between the 7th - 13th of October, so make the most of it while it lasts!
A good way to follow the latest interior design trends is to look at what’s currently flying off the shelves. In this post we are going to look in more detail at a few of our top selling wallpaper designs. If you want to order samples or get any of the wallpapers for yourself, then simply click the image of each paper below.
Rose Gold Apex Geometric Wallpaper
The first of our designs is Fine Décor’s beautiful Apex Geometric Wallpaper in Rose Gold. The paper features a contemporary geometric design consisting of various abstract triangles in pink, grey and white. This is then finished with a metallic rose gold outline. A favourite choice for
It’s time to once again celebrate our fantastic customers! We always love to see how you lot have used our wallpaper to create beautiful and striking decors. In this post today we will look at some of our customer images and explore how you can create a similar look in your own home. Want your photos to feature on our social media pages or blog posts? Then simply inbox us on Facebook or Instagram or email them to email@example.com!
Last year was all about using bright and vibrant colours in a little one’s nursery, but this year, it’s all about pastel and more muted designs! We are also seeing an increase in the popularity of animal themed papers, with cartoon and hand-painted style designs taking the lead. Below we explore a few of our stunning papers and give you some suggestions on how to create a beautiful nursery room that both you and your baby will love.
This Eco Safari Wallpaper is a brand-new design that will be available next week at WorldofWallpaper.
Balance Your Colour Scheme
An essential part of planning for a little one is in creating them a perfect nursery ready for their arrival. When choosing your wallpaper and design, keep in mind that it is important to balance your colour scheme with varying tones of light and pastel colours alongside splashes of bright colours. This results in the room providing a great space for your baby to rest as well as be stimulated by their environment. In this post today we are going to explore some of our favourite baby and nursery wallpapers.
Jungle Animals Wallpaper
This fun jungle animals wallpaper features a selection of adorable illustrated animals such as lions, elephants, cheetahs, giraffes and monkeys. Set on a soft cream background with a faint leaf pattern