For 2017, a much deeper and sophisticated colour is dubbed to be invading our rooms, bringing atmosphere and drama along with it. It really is a beautiful shade, but such a bold colour can be hard to style. Have no fear – we’ve found the easiest, fuss-free way to give your home the blues; a wallpaper mural. Read More
Spring is approaching and we can finally leave the dark, muted colours of autumn behind and focus on brighter shades. The big trend colours this spring are pink and blue, ideally matched with the accent colour white. Be inspired by these fabulous styled images from Photowall to create the home you love!
Photowall proudly presents Nordic Moods – a collection designed by Norwegian Scandinavian Surface. Turbid structure walls, beautiful trees and geometric elegance. Scandinavian Surface fascination for nature is evident in the new collection and provides the magic feeling as the Bergen-based designer quartet is well known for.
Bugs and Beasts – the latest Edits Collection from Surface View. Following the beautiful botanic trend this season, all kinds of four legged, feathered, mighty and minuscule creatures have crept, crawled and fluttered on to wallpapers, fabrics and accessories this spring.
Mini Moderns is an interior brand that I have been following with great interest and admiration for some time now. Mini Moderns are based in London and have a range of gorgeous wallpaper, textiles and home wares. They are influenced by designs from the 50s and are now available at Retroliv.no
The London based company Mini Moderns has a wonderful array of contemporary wall papers as well as fabrics, cushions, rugs, ceramics and more. Initially established by Keith Stephenson and Mark Hampshire, the brand specializes in applying pattern across the range of interior design products. The inspiration for their designs comes from many places, ranging from mid-century British textiles to childhood memories and travel in the UK and abroad. See more of these amazing retro wallpapers on Retroliv.no – it’s really worth a look! Read More
The Beano & Friends is the new collection from the masters of innovative print, Surface View. This series of iconic imagery celebrates the illustrations of Dundee based publishing company DC Thomson. From Britain’s most famous Wild West character Desperate Dan of the Dandy, to the girls’ comic of its time Judy Magazine that effortlessly merged picture-story format moralistic stories with pin-up covers. This curated collection of imagery will have broad appeal, particularly with those of a certain generation who love to indulge in a bit of design nostalgia.
Every Surface View story begins with a picture. The fascinating and beautiful imagery, that form the extensive collections come about from eclectic sources. Retrieved from dusty attics, discovered in vaulted basements or among the pages of vintage manuscripts, the imagery is then digitally remastered, retaining its unique character yet achieving the finest image quality. Read More
Deborah Bowness Launches new wallpapers at Tent London. She presents an original, unique and timeless design of wallpapers. In a small factory near York, in the north of England, Deborah’s lovely wallpapers are produced and dispatched to destinations across the world.
Deborah Bowness wallpapers are hand made in England. The combination of digital printing, silk screen printed color and hand painting, makes every drop of wallpapers unique. Read More
Join Mini Moderns for a candlelit evening playing one of the iconic games of the seventies with Backgammon collection.
What did people do on those long 1970s power cut evenings with only a battery operated tape cassette player for company? Well, they played games of course. And what could be more sophisticated than a game of Backgammon? The pastime was elevated to craze status during the seventies – the decade that acts as a backdrop for the Buddha of Suburbia collection. Mini Moderns founders Keith and Mark say that from an early age they were both obsessed with the glamorous connotations of Backgammon, as well as its graphic geometry. The design duo explain: “We thought the interplay between chevrons and discs made for a dynamic pattern – the ideal combination for one of our few purely abstract patterns.” Read More