Nothing says Spring like a beautiful floral print. Delicate watercolour strokes make up the soft petals in this elegant floral wallpaper design. Ideal for living room spaces or girl's bedrooms looking for a stylish yet subtle pink colour scheme.
Eddie Redmayne - ‘I find life noisy,’ he says. ‘With the benefits of being more connected comes the danger of being sucked into a world of more noise, where we are constantly switched on. Living in the moment feels more difficult than ever, and more valuable.’ Read more at http://www.wallpaper.com/design/design-awards-2016-judge-eddie-redmayne-actor#Vql3L3odEmjY6gyD.99
Pimpernel wallpaper design by William Morris (1834–1896). An Oxford-educated craftsman, poet and socialist, he opened Morris and Company in 1861, which produced wallpaper, stained glass, tapestries, textiles and furniture
"I believe the ceiling is the most underdecorated area of most rooms, but it can have such an impact,” says designer Lisa Erdmann. “In this room, we applied moldings to the ceiling and wallpapered with a blue-tinted grass cloth by Thibaut to warm the room and add visual interest to the oftentimes plain ceiling space.”
The tiger in a temple over the front door (resin-coated carved theater Styrofoam) was crafted by scenic designer Jeanne Franz. (resin-coated carved theater Styrofoam) was crafted by scenic designer Jeanne Franz. The wainscoting is by Dana Perreault. “You hire people because that’s their specialty. Don’t give them constraints. Let them do what they do,” Donna says. (Benjamin Benschneider / The Seattle Times)