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If you want to add pattern and decoration to your home, wallpaper is very effective. Colour palette can vary from cool and sophisticated monochromes, pastels to bold clashing mixtures of contrast.
The colour of the rolls do not rolls do not always match even though they look identical. The paper is printed in batches, so it’s important to check that any rolls you buy have the same batch number.
The first designs were taken directly from the fabrics already in production, and by 1978 all furnishing fabrics had corresponding wallpaper
Cathryn our Head Of Design Service gives us her top tips to wallpapering your home…
Wallpaper is a great addition to your home we love using it for our client’s of the Laura Ashley Design Service. It allows us to add pattern and texture into a room rather than just blocks of colour with paint.
Focal walls are a quick way of updating your room, but make sure you work with proportions of the room and pick a paper design to suit. If proportions are small don’t go for a large scale print go for something a bit smaller and more subtle. I’d also say don’t be scared to try something new, grab a sample and hang it up in the space!
When choosing a paint to support your wallpaper for alternative walls, go for the predominant colour in the paper dependant on how much drama you want to add.
If you needed any help with purchasing paper, make sure you check out our buying guide that gives you all the detail you need to know!
And don’t forget to have a look at our extensive collection of beautiful wallpapers.
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