Skulls Wallpaper

Skulls Wallpaper - Bronze on Oil Slick - is a handmade-to-order piece of the most divine interior loveliness your walls could ever have the pleasure to be adorned with. Deliciously decadent and decidedly dark, this signature paper features deep pile velvet reflective bronze skulls on a smooth iridescent base. £210.00 for a 52cm x 10.05m roll with an ETA of 2-5 weeks on delivery. No bones about it, the best things really do come to those who wait.

Skulls Wallpaper

Available here.

Via: Better Living Through Design


Analog Nights Wallpaper

Analog Nights is a wallpaper designed by New York-based artist and graphic designer Aimée Wilder. This very cool oldscool music technology inspired print is availble in 3 colourways Thunder (Grey), Chocolate (Brown) and antque (blue).

www.aimeewilder.com

Via: Home Rejuvenation


Graffiti Wallpapers By Digetex

Digetex is a Bury-based company specialising in bespoke home textiles and wallcoverings. Whether choosing wallcoverings, murals or personalised wallpaper, they utilise the latest technology to create a unique environment of inspiring and innovative interior design. Use your own image or choose from an archive of over 7,000 designs. Shown here is the Graffiti mural for £21 per sqm, part of their latest range, a look which is less damaging and more attractive than the aftermath of a teenage MySpace party.

Digetex Graffiti

Visit Digetex online at www.digetex.com


Retro Wallpaper From UK Wallpapers

Retro? Oh so. There's no bolder retro statement than wallpaper, and the folks at UK Wallpaper have made good on this idea with the Browns, Yellows and Oranges range. Simply titled, these warm colours can cover a retro den or hint at a statement by covering one wall as a feature. Available in Circles or Stripes, these vinyl wallpapers cost from £14.99 for 10mx52cm.

UK Wallpaper's 70s-style wallcovering

Visit UK Wallpaper online at www.ukwallpaper.co.uk

Via: Retro To Go


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