To claim that the wallpaper in the interior is “yesterday’s day” is ridiculous. Modern designers all over the world have a constant love for this type of wall covering and it’s not for nothing that it can easily and quickly transform any interior. The main thing is that the wallpaper drawing is chosen correctly. The most trendy ornaments are presented in our today’s post.
A strip in the interior is an immortal classic. The wallpaper with this print allows you to “play” with the visual perception of space. A low ceiling will seem higher if you glue the walls with wall paper in a vertical strip, and the horizontal bars, in turn, will make any room more proportional.
The beauty of this design in its versatility – striped wallpaper perfectly fit into almost any interior design: from the Mediterranean and Provence to minimalism and high-tech. It’s all about the thickness and color of the bands.
The walls in a small flower are familiar to our eye – floristic patterns with lovely field flowers or modest roses have been popular since old times. In modern interiors such design of walls will effectively look, perhaps, only in the classical English style or simple-minded and good country. But today in the trend of large floral drawings, with the most saturated colors – wallpaper wallpaper, densely filled with the image of flowers gives the interior solemnity and literally “animates” it.
The design of the room with such wallpaper will never seem boring, but it is not recommended to glue all the walls with them. It is better to turn a lush “flower garden” one wall or even a ceiling.
This is a bold and effective solution. The black wall covering will look sad and boring without an interesting texture or texture blending. Very interesting look dark graphite or anthracite samples, where the glossy monophonic pattern appears on the matte canvas and vice versa.
As with the active, bright floral print, black wallpapers require moderation in the application. Otherwise, you risk making the interior too gloomy.
Paisley in modern design can be modified in the most unexpected way, but, in any case, on the wallpaper, they always look interesting and unusual.
Teardrop patterns on the walls are already difficult to attribute to the original colonial style – depending on the size and diversity of the ornament, such an ornament may be appropriate not only in the eastern interiors, but also in such directions as boho, retro and even art deco.
Speaking of retro style. Bright graphic ornaments of the 60’s are a unique direction. The wallpaper with such a pattern attracts looks, looks very impressive and characteristic, even if their design is not as psychedelic as a lot of it, as was the case at the time when the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and Jimmy Hendricks fought for world championships, and the hippies from different Corners of the Earth dreamed of getting to the Woodstock festival.
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Under this little-known word “Trompe L’Oeil” means any visually deceptive wallpaper design. The brightest example of trompe-l’œil – wallpapers. The image of the street, the bookcase, the phone booth on the wall … of course, this is not in fact, however, the wallpaper in this technique always deceive our consciousness and give space some surrealism.
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