Solvite style tip
Your furniture and wallpaper should complement each other. Curvaceous lines or sharp angles can be matched by the paper’s design.
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Graham & Brown ‘Serenata’ (30-584)
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If a room tends to lack natural light, choose a paper with metallic elements and luster. It will create light and warmth.
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Graham & Brown ‘Soprano’ (50-191)
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Patterns with floral or woodland themes can be used to create shimmering landscape effects.
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Graham & Brown ‘Mirage’ (50-203)
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If you want to make a bold statement without overpowering the room, add a dado rail with a strong, but open, wallpaper design above and a bold, co-ordinating solid colour below.
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Graham & Brown ‘Velvet Undergrowth’ by Laurence (50-220)
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Choose a flock wallpaper to add warmth and luxury.
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Graham & Brown ‘Vintage Flock’ by Kelly Hoppen (30-382)
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New to wallpapering? For a dynamic effect and less work, create a single feature wall with a graphic wallpaper and paint the remaining walls with a complimentary colour.
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Graham & Brown ‘Rockafella’ (30-827)
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A broad, open pattern can create space and light without making the room feel bare.
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Graham & Brown ‘Adore’ (50-038)
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Subtle tones combined with intricate patterns create the impression of a softly textured wall.
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Graham & Brown ‘Province’ (31-036)
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A design with strong vertical lines can lend height. But if you feel that stripes might be too strong for your room, choose a design with a motif that breaks the lines and softens the effect.
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Graham & Brown ‘Nottingham’ (30-440)
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When choosing a wallpaper, taking a cue from an architectural feature can be very effective.
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Graham & Brown ‘Acanthus’ (20-208)
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A clean, sharp look needn’t be brutal. An intricate pattern can soften the effect without losing that sense of modernity.
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Graham & Brown ‘Solace’ (58206)
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Create a horizontal line with a shelf. Paper above, paint below and the room appears larger.
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Graham & Brown ‘Berries’ (30-336)
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Metallic highlights can make a pattern really jump out from the wall.
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Graham & Brown ‘Rosey’ (19981)
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Broad stripes. Hung vertically they create height; hung horizontally they create perspective and space.
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Graham & Brown ‘Verve Stripe’ (58221)
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Feature walls work well with papers that have strong designs. They create a point of interest, like an architectural feature or even a painting.
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Graham & Brown ‘Bold Stripe’ by Kelly Hoppen (30-283)
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