Graphic motifs on your wallpaper - 8 models that will seduce you
As we discussed in another post, the wallpaper has been experiencing a major resurgence in recent years and it seems that the trend for the moment, shows no signs of remission. Today more than ever, the variety of supports, designs, priming techniques and digital technology allow us to have a virtually infinite variety of models and makes the search and choice of the perfect wallpaper for our home can become an experience overwhelming if we do not have clear ideas.
We want to help you and that is why we offer you our particular selection of wallpaper with graphic patterns. TheWe hope you like them as much as we do!
Kaleidoscopic The spaces become magical and fascinating with this wallpaper, very colorful but with soft and watercolor lines that are repeated in the space following a kaleidoscopic pattern. The Eskayel wallpapers provide an artistic touch and great visual impact in the environments, making them ideal for replacing the use of works of art on the walls. A discovery for the senses!
In black and white. If you do not want to limit the color palette to use in space or you are a little less daring with color, you can choose this wallpaper inspired by the arrows of the Native Americans. A wallpaper that will give a lot to talk about and that will provide an ethnic touch to your walls.
Ashe + Leandro
Nordic Vintage. If you are a true fan of Scandinavian design from the 60s-70s and do not hesitate to wear your favorite pieces at home, you can try to complement the look with a wallpaper that echoes the aesthetics of the time. This pattern designed by the designer Arne Jacobsen and marketed by Boråstapeter will be the perfect accompaniment.
Exoticism A wallpaper with motifs inspired by the traditional Moroccan ceramics like this one in the shape of a star that combines typical tones along with more modern and sophisticated finishes such as gold, silver and ebony will give an exotic touch to your space. To avoid overloading the room, try applying it on only one of the walls.
Chevron. A classic geometric pattern that today is more in vogue than ever. A design in soft colors like this space will give you the right graphic touch without being too overwhelming.
Crossing of lines. Casual and deliberately informal, this wallpaper pays a clear homage to the urban art culture with improvised lines that are offset by the use of neutral colors to give a more refined appearance.
Traditional. Try to combine a classic and traditional pattern such as the tartan with contemporary and contemporary style furniture. The combination of this space can not be more suggestive, adding a touch of distinction and warmth to what would otherwise be a cold Nordic space.
Sophisticated. This wallpaper with small-scale hexagons is a classic design of the 60s-70s. With an exquisite honeycomb pattern, it brings to the spaces a refined and elegant finish that plays with the contrasts with the pattern of the drawing in charcoal and beige color providing strength and character, and letting it be the center in white, the that catches the light.
Cole and Son
And to you, what is the wallpaper that you liked the most? It is really hard for us to decide on one.
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