Five of the Best Botanical Wallpapers

Botanical designs in interiors have been around for a while and show no sign of waning, and I have introduced some lovely wallpapers and cushions into the shop that typify the trend. 

The botanical trend ranges from big, brash jungle motifs to more subtle florals that invoke the feel of an English country garden and so suits all sorts of styles whether it be 1970s retro, eclectic, colonial or traditional. 

These wallpapers are all busy and vibrant so will look good on an accent wall or taking centre stage in a small space like a downstairs loo where you can afford to be more adventurous when it comes to colour and pattern. 

This exotic parrot and lemur wallpaper by Laura Allen for Graduate Collection comes in four vibrant colourways including a girly pink which would look lovely in a bedroom.

Use this cockatoo wallpaper with palm leaves and birds on a rich blue background on a feature wall to create a Brazilian vibe in your living room!

Alicia De Costa's Toucan Print feature hand drawn toucans against a moody dark green background and will suit a contemporary scheme.

Occipinti's  Foxglove wallpaper in three colourways will create a softer, more traditional feel but the oversize pattern and rich colours will still add drama to a space.

 

Last but not least, this Jungle print wallpaper by Miki Rose for Graduate Collection is inspired by Victorian naturalist illustrations, and its subtle colours and fine detail ensure that it will look equally at home in a contemporary or traditional setting.

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