Textures and colors imitating natural materials will be at the peak of popularity in the new season of wallpaper trends according to the experts at edecortrends as conscientious homeowners strive to create unity between nature and their home interiors. The use of wallpaper also opens the gateway to our creative senses by inspiring our well being and attitudes in a positive way as a result of the colors and patterns we choose. Whether you aim to freshen up your look with a lively pattern, color combination or aim to create a peaceful mood by inviting warmth and solitude, these options make decorating with wallpaper a popular choice today.
Inspired recently with a delightful design project that I continue to enjoy deserves to be highlighted for its wonderful execution of color and pattern. Spearheaded by designer James Farmer and photographed by Jeff Herr, this weekend retreat for a young family exemplifies what most of us would dream of owning as a main residence. Their use of wallpaper will take your breath away as the choice of color, pattern and nature themes give honor to the owners southern roots. The elegant entry set the tone with delightful details that lift the soul.
Patterns that work together while unifying a color scheme of rich greens that perfectly complement the natural grass cloth wallpaper in the living and dining room.
A farm themed wallpaper by Thomas Straham anchors the powder room against a golden yellow and white background.
An amazing soft blue and green palette creates a welcoming warmth in this kitchen wallpapered with a trellis wallpaper by Anna French.
Serene and sophisticated, adjectives used by the designer to describe the master retreat that is as luxurious as five-star hotel suite. Enveloped with a Colefax and Fowler’s Snow Tree wallpaper combined with its soothing green and aqua palette makes this space worthy of a weekend escape from the hectic world we live in during the week. Studying the design details and layers of luxury crafted by the designer is well worth your time.
To view the entire gallery of photos please visit Designing North Toward Home at Flower Magazine.