I have given in to my wallpaper obsession (below). This will be my first ever use of wallpaper in a home of my own to date and I mean to make it count. This gorgeous Cole and Son wallpaper will sit on the wall behind my bed, ...
I'm referring you back to a previous post above because yesterday my beautiful wallpaper at last went up in my Bedroom.
And I have to tell you that it looks wonderful; I am so happy with it. Just a touch has zoned the bed off and I feel like Alice in Wonderland, seeing everything through new eyes.
The wallpaper I refer to is the fabulous 'Squiggle' by Vivienne Westwood for Cole & Son.
I chose this wallpaper to add an edge to the florals I have used for curtains and blind trimmed with Sanderson beaded trim. I have always loved Navy and so I have stuck to variations of this against a neutral palette, with flashes of turquoise in accessories.
Look back at my previous post to see how I put my bedroom scheme together.
|Sanderson beaded trim|
|Squiggles dancing behind our bed|
|particularly pleased with how these little reading lights look|
|Clarke and Clarke curtains|
|Happy with this combination|
|This is a good example of how the same paint colour can be |
influenced by what is around it
I'm afraid that this gorgeous William Yeoward fabric (blind) is no longer available from Designers Guild.
There are, however, some beautiful alternatives if you have the time to look.