Wallpaper for Every Room of the House

Written on 15th April 2021

While a love of minimalism is still alive and well in the world of interiors, lots of us are looking for new ways to add colour and pattern into our homes – and to us, that calls for wallpaper. Nothing beats beautifully patterned wallpaper for a near-instant transformation, and our handcrafted designs, printed with our very own eco-friendly paint, offer rich hues and inviting tactility to bring out the best in any space.

To help you find your dream design, we can send up to five free wallpaper samples direct to your door. Tap or click on any wallpaper name to be taken to its product page, then hit Order a Sample to add a free A4 swatch to your basket.

Living Room Wallpaper

In a space as often used as the living room, the most important thing is to choose a wallpaper design you’ll love living with day after day. That said, there are particular patterns that work beautifully in certain spaces. A rambling floral like Atacama looks charming against wood and brick accents, perfect for a country cottage living room, while an Art Deco wallpaper like Arcade adds instant elegance to a more modern space.

For a luxurious statement, try one of our metallic wallpapers. Printed with shimmering shades of gold, silver and copper, they catch the light of the setting sun, flickering candles, glowing lamps and crackling log fires, creating cosy spaces that you’ll love curling up in at the end of a long day.

Bedroom Wallpaper

Bedroom wallpaper can come in many forms – papering from the skirting boards to the ceiling is a classic approach, but a smaller accent can make just as much of a statement. Below, Ocelot BP 3704, a grey wallpaper with flecks of bright yellow, has been used just in the alcove behind the bed to echo the and yellow accents elsewhere in the room.



The best wallpaper for a small bedroom, if you’re looking to maximise the illusion of available space, is one with a light background colour and a small print. For a beautiful vintage-inspired effect, you could try Uppark, a country-style floral with motifs of blossoms, catkins and vines. To create an equally breezy feel with contemporary wallpaper, try the confetti-like Blostma or desert-inspired Atacama.

Kitchen Wallpaper

Kitchen and dining room wallpaper can be a great shortcut to a stylish space that doesn’t compromise on functionality. Each of our rolls is finished with a coat of wipeable glaze, fine enough to be undetectable on the wall, but tough enough to handle minor smudges, splatters and scuffs.

For a light and airy look, try a white wallpaper with a delicate smattering of pattern, or a pale pink wallpaper with a subtle, carefree print. If you prefer something a little bolder, try a fresh geometric or large floral wallpaper feature wall – or, if you’re feeling brave, all over.

Bathroom Wallpaper

While we don’t recommend our papers for hanging immediately next to the bath or shower, you don’t need special bathroom wallpaper to add a splash of colour to other areas. Whether you go for a classic nautical stripe or modern geometric print, our fine but tough glaze will help protect it from light splashes and smudges.

When it comes to the powder room, don’t be afraid to use a big pattern in a small space. We don’t tend to spend lots of time in these rooms, so they’re the perfect opportunity to experiment with pattern – try a bold monochrome look, as the hangers of this striking black and white wallpaper have done.

Hallway Wallpaper

Wallpapering a hallway is a great way to create a welcoming feel as soon as you step through the front door. If yours is small, why not try a large border paper like Feather Grass? Its feathery fronds reach up towards the ceiling, helping to create the illusion of height.

You can also use a dado rail as your guide for a striking look that’s half paint, half paper. Because we use our own paint to print our wallpaper designs, it’s easy to find a perfect match – just head to our website, select any colourway of chosen wallpaper pattern, and we’ll tell you which paint colours have been used.

Wallpaper for Children’s Rooms

Metallic prints lend personality and playfulness to even the most refined patterns, making them a great option for older children’s rooms. Our striped wallpaper, Block Print Stripe BP 754, is shot through with a subtle silver, offering an elegant alternative to glitter wallpaper, while a gold wallpaper – such as eastern-inspired Shouchikubai BP 4502 – creates a warm and inviting glow.


Gable makes a wonderful backdrop to nurseries and younger children’s rooms, with its soft shapes, subtle colours and sweet farmyard scenes. For a fun and bright look, try the seaside-inspired combination of Aranami BP 4604 and sunny Babouche.

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