Wallpaper is back on the scene. Be bold, be brave, and make your home unique.
The '70s were a riot of colour, pattern and texture. Wallpapers had their moment, pasted corner to corner and room to room.
Then came Magnolia and minimalism - making homes a blank canvas for art. But the trend for wallpaper has returned. "For instant glamour and a sense of opulence, try a flocked design," advises Tricia Guild (pictured right), creative director and founder of Designers Guild. "And don't feel limited by smaller rooms. Papers with illustrious or metallic effects can reflect natural light, and stripes really elongate a room."
This resurgence is boosted by some exciting design collaborations. Vivienne Westwood for Cole & Son, Kelly Hoppen for Graham & Brown, Matthew Williamson for Osborne & Little, and scores more are bringing high fashion into the home with their wallpapers. Embrace it. Forget the apologetic 'feature wall' and go bold.
A hand-picked collection of the Capital's most iconic and sought-after new addresses by The Berkeley Group, all designed to exceed expectations on every level.
Berkeley is proud to team up with the very best names in their respective fields - a unique alliance of the finest brands which are integral to the finest lifestyles.
Fine wines, art auctions, iconic automobiles, exquisite jewellery, traditional tailoring, cutting-edge audio, must-have accessories and interior design trends.
Jointly hosted with club partners, a forthcoming series of events will complement this array of premium brands, with personal invitations tailored to specific individual interests.