Cool wallpapers. They are one of the hottest trends in interiors right now, and it’s easy to see why.
From bold florals in dark dramatic hues to outlandish prints spanning entire walls, wallpaper designers are using advances in digital technology to experiment with shape, colour and scale.
Combine that with the ease of hanging today’s papers and it’s easy to see why cool wallpapers are back in style.
The only problem for the humble homeowner is deciding which one to use and where.
With that in mind, here’s our pick of eight cool wallpapers that would look amazing wherever they are hung.
Golden Woods Wallpaper in Deep Grey from Bobby Rabbit
Featuring deer, swans and butterflies in a magical forest of trees and nature, this wallpaper not only looks gorgeous but uses eco-friendly processes so your conscious is clear too.
A gorgeous print that would look beautiful in a modern nursery.
Crane Bird in Forest Green from Woodchip & Magnolia
This wallpaper might be inspired by the Orient, but it was designed a printed in the Lancashire studio of Woodchip & Magnolia.
It is eccentric and whimsical, and an interpretation of traditional Japanese birds perched in imaginary Bonsai-style branches.
In The Clouds Wallpaper from Mineheart from £278
Angels and cherubs serenade from the heavens, creating a dreamlike, ethereal mural.
We love the soft and subtle use of a concrete textured background which cleverly blends industrialism with classic art.
Harbour Wallpaper in Duckegg from Fiona Howard Ltd
Dreaming of a seaside escape? This wallpaper evokes the best of the Great British seaside with its gorgeous Cornish cottages and boats sailing back into harbour on a soft gentle summer breeze.
With its soft grey and white colour scheme, this is a gorgeous design would look the part in a kitchen or bathroom.
Rivington in Yellow Wallpaper from Woodchip & Magnolia
A favourite childhood destination of Woodchip & Magnolia’s founder, Nina Tarnowski, Rivington Oriental Gardens was originally landscaped by Lord Lever in the Victorian era.
This grandiose Japanese garden in the picturesque Lancashire countryside is no longer in its prime, although it still exists today. Captured here is Nina’s memory of it as a whimsical, oriental inspired garden of dreams.
Green Kew Peacocks Wallpaper by Susannah Weiland Collection
Inspired by south west London’s beautiful Kew Gardens, this striking wallpaper allows puts its Great Pagoda, peacocks and ducks – as well as the odd passing plane – front and centre.
A simple yet stunning design that uses few colours against a white backdrop to create a powerful wallcovering.
Airplanes Wallpaper from Bobby Rabbit from £115
One for the aviation lover in your life, the Airplanes wallpaper from Bobby Rabbit brings alive a sky full of vintage toy planes.
Perfect for a child’s playroom or to add a touch of fun to a study or office, this colourful creation is packed with charm.
Safe to say we love it!
Flow Ink Wallpaper from Woodchip & Magnolia
With Classic Blue named Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2020 blue hues are going to be everywhere.
And nowhere is it used to greater effect than in Woodchip & Magnolia’s Flow Ink wallpaper.
Showing marbling at its most effective, this wallpaper oozes life. It’s dark, brooding and packed with drama.