From bedrooms to games rooms and after hours cinema rooms, a hint of colour and texture will ensure your personal stamp is firmly in place in every part of your home. But with hundreds of brands, patterns and textures out there to choose from, how can you make sure you choose the right selection of Luxury Designer Wallpaper for your home?

As a guide and because we just love beautiful interiors so much, we have rounded up some of the most fabulous wallpapers for your home inspiration and paired them with doors from our range to compliment the overall look. By the way, we're not suggesting that you have five different types of door styles and colours around your home, that would just be silly.

So, here's our round up of the Top 5 Luxury Designer Wallpapers on the Market Right Now:


Farrow and Ball Luxury Designer Wallpaper1) Farrow & Ball - Samphire

At number one we have this charming little treasure from the creators at Farrow & Ball.

From their latest and greatest collection, this new design pays homage to the wild and graceful plant life that thrives along the British shoreline.

Farrow & Balls trusted reputation and the exquisite beauty of this piece make it an all round winner for the British home sweet home.

Pair with a Suffolk Oak for a homely and cottagey feel.





salvage2) Cole & Son - Salvage

One for lovers of everything industrious and weathered. Think rag and bone but world class, Salvage is a copper panel effect created by Cole & Son to resemble old rusting metal and paint work.

This beautiful vintage piece would work well in an open plan industrial influenced kitchen. Think butchers blocks, exposed brick work and statement flooring. Luxury Designer Wallpaper doesn't have to be fluffy or flamboyant. This is rustic, it's earthy yet still divine, it works.

Pair with an Inlay 1 Panel Walnut for a handsomely rugged but modern combination.






Arte Luxury Designer Wallpaper3) Arte - Facet

Architects and straight line lovers rejoice, for this geometric design by Arte is a modern work of, well, art.

The textured pattern and subtle muted tones make this a really cosy looking wallpaper, ideal for scatter-cushion strewn lounges and dark cinema rooms. The texture is also perfect for absorbing sound, making for a great acoustic experience when it comes to your weekly movie night.

Match with a Castello Oak and bronze handle to finish this simple but stunning look just right.






Babylon Luxury Designer Wallpaper4) House of Hackney - Babylon Wallpaper Blush/Willow

Two words, wow and wow.

Not one for the faint hearted, this wallpaper design may come across as a little loud for some but for those of us with an eccentric streak, well, we can see the wood for the trees here.

Think 1950's and Palm Springs, this is definitely a love it or hate it design, it will, however, ensure the walls of your Garden Room or Orangery dress to impress.

If this print was a door, it would certainly be a quirky and wonderful Black Oiled Doha Oak






RL-Luxury Designer Wallpaper5) Ralph Lauren - Crayford Paisley - Porcelain

So the king of polo shirts also does wallpaper, who knew hey?

This stunningly beautiful, blue paisley creation has to be our winner of his collection. With its cool, calm, delicate and tranquil grace, this print would ensure for a well-rested slumber in the most deluxe of bedroom sanctuaries.

If this wallpaper was a door, it would sure be an Ellington White Oiled






We hope we have opened your eyes to the abundance of choices out there in the wonderful world of Luxury Designer Wallpaper.

There are endless possibilities and decisions to make when it comes to your interior design but ultimately it comes down to you and what you love - there is no right or wrong.

If you are struggling for inspiration and would like to have a chat, we would love you to call into our Yorkshire office for one of Luke's world class filter coffees - we'll ask him to pop it on to boil now.

Meanwhile, we're off out for a bit of Luxury Designer Wallpaper shopping.


Written and published by Hannah King

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