Choosing the right wallpaper for a space can be overwhelming. There are some very loud and statement wallpapers available and i'm definitely not complaining. The technology to create wallpapers absolutely amazes me.
When I visited the Aspiring walls factory a few months ago I was astounded by the process it takes to achieve the rich colors, heavy and intricate textures and sophisticated detailing. Without being cheesy, some floral wallpapers honestly look hand painted. Despite this, many of my clients can't bring themselves to dress a full wall in repeating patterns. A lot of the time is because they are worried it will date quickly. I often hear " I love that wallpaper" when flicking through our books, but when it is seen on a larger scale or in a room setting they seem to be put off. "oh too much no, thanks".
Our instinct these days with our ever increasing schedules is to choose safe and neutral canvases so that we can change up the decor easily and alternate our color palette as we please. As everyone's life schedules are jam-packed, we don't want to come home to cluttered and busy patterns, but rather calm and spacious areas to enjoy some down-time; I'm clearly referring to those without young children.
The truth is, we don't have time to paint or wallpaper regularly and therefore we are naturally drawn to neutral tones throughout the house. With this in mind, I thought of the idea to capture our beautiful wallpapers in frames. An affordable and quick way to bring something extra into a space without the worry of being too bold. These have been a hit for people looking to complete a space or create some interest to those bare walls.
So here we have it, framed wallpaper prints- it's not a ground breaking discovery but an attempt to liven up areas that need a bit of something. Your options are endless, there is a huge selection of wallpaper to choose from. Flick me a message to get your new custom wallpaper print.