#WallpaperWeek – Woodchip & Magnolia

Woodchip and Magnolia are one of our favourite UK brands right now.

Producing beautifully thought out designs inspired by the Lancashire countryside which surrounds their studio – and which were the playgrounds of their youth.

There an elemental passion about these designs. And a playfulness that’s more Marthe Armitage than timorous beasties.

This year, for #WallpaperWeek they brought out a paper every single day – starting early on their birthday and tying in a new Pearl Lowe design.


A floral wall mural
Day 1: Nirvana – Inspired by Nina’s grandparents’ garden where they were always playing Smells Like Teen Spirit. Not really. It was brimming with wisteria, hollyhocks and poppies, set against the backdrop of the beautiful West Pennine Moors. Just like this. Nirvana
Day 2: Faded Glamour, by Pearl Lowe – Decadent and romantic with more than a hint of rock n roll, this is Pearl in a print! Lush botanicals in rich reds, inky blues and the palest of prints clash against a brooding black backdrop for a dramatic, opulent finish.
Day 3: October Bloom – Forget delicate, this brooding beauty screams flower power. Chrysanthemums – late-blooming from our garden usher in Autumn, Nina’s favourite season. Hand painted in shades of white, pink and sage against a deep moody background for a floral which packs a real punch.
Day 4: Swingers Paradise – Swingers Paradise pays homage to the majestic plumes of Pampas Grass, once a staple in front gardens across the country but now not so much. The perfect design for those adventurous types in the mood to try something new…