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Design wallpaper: our favorites

Design wallpaper: our favorites

The design wallpaper has not finished surprising us. Big trend in decoration, this year it dresses our walls with plant, floral or graphic patterns. In terms of colors, we continue to play pastels while bringing tone on tone and the more frank colors into the house. We like them typed, refined or sometimes even loaded, but always full of emotion. Here are our 10 favorites that are sure to inspire you.

A marbled effect with old rose


Ferm Living Right in the pale pink trend of the season, this wallpaper designed by Ferm Living stands out for its marbled, original and very elegant effect. By placing it on wall returns, we obtain a structured and dressed space, very chic. * Marble Rose wallpaper, Ferm Living: ** € 73 ** at Scandinavian Center *

Deep blue and graphic lines


Ferm Living Terribly graphic, this beautiful petroleum blue wallpaper elegantly energizes a wall that is a little too wise. Pile in the Art Deco style, it will sublimate a room by bringing it character, but without loading the space. The contrast between the deep color of the background and that of the precise lines brings lightness and perspective to the whole. * Lines wallpaper, dark blue: ** € 80 ** per roll at Scandinavian Center *

Retro wallpaper: geometric yellow


Miss print Yellow is in the spotlight in decoration this summer. On the wallpaper side, we will not miss the trend by using it in touches, with black and geometric patterns. Miss Print chose the chevron and it works very well. This wallpaper creates a retro, dynamic and modern atmosphere in the room. * Chevron wallpaper, Miss Print: ** € 95 ** per roll at Au Fil des Couleurs *

Soft color + raw lines


Roomblush Another trend in designer wallpapers: water green. We like its softness, here revived by raw and white lines which create a slight relief effect. It will delicately highlight a Scandinavian decor, in light wood and soft colors. * Smashing wallpaper, Roomblush: ** € 50.71 ** per roll at Amazon *

Vegetable print-like trend


Sandberg A big trend among great designers of papers and fabrics like Pierre Frey: the plant motif. This year, we cover the walls with leaves, trees and flowers to create a natural universe. We work on the print-like design with Sandberg, in shades of beige and light green, for a very soft rendering. * Raphael, Sandberg wallpaper: ** € 107 ** per roll at Scandinavian Center *

Couture paper: plant patterns in black and white


Sandberg We also find the plant motif in its couture version, in black and white. The leaves are available as desired: superimposed, repeated or shaped, there are as many models as there are creators. We chose the Grace wallpaper from Sandberg for its finely worked rendering. * Grace wallpaper, Sandberg: ** € 130 ** per roll at Scandinavian Center *

Refined: the Japanese-style wallpaper


Sandberg The design takes over the wallpapers to create a floral and Japanese style in our homes. A superb example of these refined creations, the Ginkgo model sports a sober and artistic style, as if the wall were worked in Indian ink. * Ginkgo wallpaper, Sandberg: ** € 97 ** per roll at Scandinavian Center *

White patterns on a royal blue background: a duo that works


Ferm Living Ferm Living once again succeeds in seducing us with its bright Family Tree wallpaper. The proven blue and white contrast works wonderfully with the organic patterns chosen for this model. A safe bet to sublimate a wall without making a mistake. * Family Tree wallpaper, Ferm Living: ** € 73 ** per roll at Scandinavian Center *

Tone on tone: when the relief catches the light


Graham & Brown Last favorite on the wallpaper side: tone-on-tone relief. True eye-catching light, the Kelly Hoppen model from Graham & Brown uses gray and metallic shades to capture the light and go beyond the borders of black. A Pierre Soulages-style wall that will go well with light furniture. * Kelly Hoppen, Graham & Brown wallpaper: ** € 40.90 ** roll at Amazon *