Another week is already half over and before we know it the weekend will be here again so before it is I wanted to share another great wallpaper collection with you guys. This one is from Photowall and is an imaginative graphic mural collection by Lilesadi, a Dutch design studio established in 2011 by sisters Dinah and Sarah Smutny. The collection is called
Since we moved into our new home, all I can think about is re-doing our kitchen and bathroom. These are two of the most important rooms in a house in my opinion. But they are also two of the most expensive to do up and unfortunately we can’t afford any redecorating at the moment. To
One of my favourite posts that has ever featured here on The Design Sheppard was all about an innovative range of Outdoor Wallpaper by an Italian company called Wall & Deco. I’ve been keeping a close eye on this company as it seems to really push the creative boundaries of what can be achieved in
Another Wednesday, another beautiful collection of wallpapers on the blog. This week I am featuring the seven delectable designs that make up the Concrete Wallpaper Collection by Dutch designer Piet Boon for NLXL. The award-winning Piet Boon design practice creates bespoke contemporary architecture, interiors and products for the global luxury market and is famous for it’s design
It’s been a while since I posted any wallpaper here but as soon as I happened across the latest additions to the Farrow & Ball portfolio I just knew that I wanted to share them with you. As you know, wallpaper makes my heart melt and the bolder the better as far as I’m concerned.
Designer Lindsey Lang has been on my radar for some time but it wasn’t until she recently launched her new range of encaustic floor and wall tiles that I really felt compelled to interview her here on the blog. Granted I loved her colourful, geometric cushions and kitchenware collections but as you all know nothing
Something super exciting has happened for my husband and I over the past few weeks. We’ve gone from thinking we would never get onto the property ladder to being home owners. I can’t begin to tell you how happy we are to finally be living in our own home! One thing that I am particularly
As you read this post I am off on holiday with my husband and our friends enjoying some much needed time for rest and relaxation. We’re enjoying a break in the mountain resort of Zakopane in southern Poland plus a few days in the beautiful city of Krakow. However, I didn’t want to leave you
Being an interiors geek, one of the aspects that really fascinates me is Surface Pattern Design and when I come across a really great designer I love having the opportunity to not only feature their work but also to interview them to find out a bit more about what influences their designs and what inspires them.
Image courtesy of Dulux I don’t know about you, but every year as Spring approaches I have this overwhelming urge not only to do a massive spring clean at home but also to change things up a bit and give my home a refresh or a new look. This year the urge is particularly strong
Corset It’s no secret that interior design is heavily influenced by the fashion world. We all know that what we see one season on the catwalk will slowly start to influence our home interiors the next. We see it all the time so it is no surprise that many designers take fashion as their inspiration
Last week, I wrote a guest post over on Live The Life You Dream About, the brilliant blog written by Interior designer Sarah Sarna. The post was about the trend for geometrics in interiors, which has been around for a while now but is still one of my favourite trends. I love the simplicity and
I seriously do not know how I missed this amazing collection of wallpaper by Graham & Brown! Each and every one of the papers in the Spellbound Collection is just beautiful and completely enchanting. Spellbound is the first collection from Graham & Brown’s new premium brand, Platinum, and is inspired by gothic fairytales and the
Is it really Wednesday again? Every week seems to be passing by faster than the last. Anyway, must mean it’s time for another great wallpaper. This one is from Wallpapered.com and is a custom paper that features a street map of any given postcode area. Designed by the in-house design team, these giant maps can be
Well, it’s been a whirlwind couple of months and I’m afraid my regular blogging schedule went right out the window. As many of you know I normally try to post a fantastic wallpaper on a Wednesday for us all to salivate over, but for various reasons it’s been a while since my last Wallpaper Wednesday
This winter I have been loving the huge range of home accessories that feature woodland animals. They seem to be popping up everywhere and I particularly like this range of stag head accessories from DesResDesign. Available in teal and plum, the cushions and wallpaper feature hand-drawn stag head designs which are perfect for the woodland animal trend
You would think that someone with a wallpaper obsession as big as mine would find it very difficult to select just one paper as an outright favourite. You would however be wrong. In March of last year, I came across a wallpaper that I fell absolutely head over heals in love with and since that
We’re halfway through the week thankfully, not that I’m wishing the week away of course but I just love waking up on Wednesdays knowing that the weekend is almost here and that we can all celebrate a joyous wallpaper together here. This week I have chosen to present you a stunning new collection by MissPrint.
At Tent London this year, one of my favourite stands was, without doubt, that of Sian Elin, a surface pattern designer from Wales who sells her own range of textiles and wallpapers. Sian also works as a freelance illustrator and specialises in hand-drawn illustration as featured on her own range of greeting cards. Her bold,
You may remember that some time ago I featured a fantastic wallpaper featuring digitally printed Victorian tile patterns. That paper was by designer Louise Body and at Tent London last month I stopped by Louise’s stand to check out her new collection. The Stonewall paper range is a beautiful, delicate range of wallpapers in a
Mini Moderns is one of my all time favourite interior brands and they are yet to create something that I don’t totally love. Being a huge wallpaper fan, that was obviously what attracted me to them in the first place but since those early days the range of products that Mark and Keith produce has
Another Wednesday, another wallpaper. And this week it is a range by Linwood Fabrics & Wallpaper. I happened on this range on Pinterest I think when I spotted the Mind the Gap paper above. I fell in love immediately and had to check out the rest of the range. I also love the Penaholic paper
When I was at Decorex last month, one of the stands that really stood out to me was that of Andrew Martin who had obviously gone to great lengths to create a stand that looked like it had just travelled light years from another galaxy to take part in the show. Stepping through the doors (yes this
I honestly can’t believe that another week has already come and gone. This time last week I was having breakfast in Berlin with Philippe Grohe, Brand Manager at Axor, the luxury arm of bathroom company Hansgrohe. But more about that in Monday’s post. For now, as it’s Wednesday, it’s time to talk wallpaper and I