Do you know which wallpapers are the most fashionable of the presentedin winter collections? Wallpapers of famous English factories, which we will tell you about today! Everyone knows that the most beautiful wallpapers are produced in England. Of course, this does not detract from the merits of some of the collections of factories in other countries, but generally speaking, you need to go to the British for wallpaper. It happened historically and nothing can be done about it. Therefore, deciding to tell you about the most beautiful wallpapers for the winter of 2016, the editors turned to the store and reviewed a huge variety of wallpapers, of which they chose only a few collections, and in each of them the most beautiful ones. We are sure that you will like our choice. Scion (collection Guess Who?) Guess Who? is a children's collection. The theme of wallpaper and textiles combines a variety of themes. And the brand's symbol, the red fox (Mr. Fox), now “travels” not only on wallpaper, but also on fabrics. Farrow & Ball (new designs by Hornbeam, Blostma andFeather Grass) Feather Grass - wallpaper, the pattern of which reaches one and a half meters in width. The wallpaper depicts elegant feather grass ears that seem to grow out of the floor. This design, like other wallpapers of the brand, is exclusively available in English decor stores. Hornbeam - a design that became knownThanks to the English gardener Tom Stewart-Smith. He cut small trees with a dense crown (very popular in the countryside of Britain) in the form of clouds. Hornbeam is translated from English as "hornbeam". If you like how a fleeting breeze suddenly tears off the weak petals of flowers and carries them along with you, then the design of Blostma is created especially for you. Blostma, by the way, is a kind of flower growing in England. Designers Guild (Caprifoglio Collection) In SeasonAutumn-Winter 2016, the well-known British company Designers Guild decided to turn to Italian Renaissance fresco painting and floristic motives of Pre-Raphaelite artists. This theme contributed to the creation of truly amazing color combinations. Harlequin (Palmetto collection) Palmetto collectioncombined two completely different stylistic directions: the gloss of the 20s of the XX century and floristic motives. It seems to me that the fascination with bright spring flowers, which was popular before, gave way to a mystical mood. The atmosphere of 2015 is filled with magic, plant elements are used more and more. Becky Brown, designer Osborne & Little (Fontibre collections by NinaCampbell and Cubana by Matthew Williamson) Nina Campbell's collection with the exotic name Fontibre was born thanks to the travels of the designer's uncle, watercolourist from Stratford Heli Hutchinson Keightley, to the countries of the East. All ornaments and color palette of the collection have either geographical references or references to local attributes. For example, the textile with the interesting name Pachinko is based on the ornament of a camel team. The collection of Matthew Williamson (Matthew Williamson)Cubana absorbed the ideas of the autumn collection of designer clothes. This collection used the trendy color palette of the season: the color of the sea wave, coral, turquoise, fuchsia, the colors of succulent grass and ultramarine.
December 20, 2017