This week I had a pleasure to be introduced to the new fabric and wallpaper collections represented by Abbot & Boyd, and I must say I was mesmerised by the quality, textures & colours. I was also slightly surprised by the number of ethnic themes on wallpapers, and ethnic patterns on fabrics, and it reminded of a styling project I did in 2012:
Back then, there was no choice in comparison with what there is now. I was particularly happy to see many ethnic colour ways, in addition to neutral ones, of course.
My absolute winner is the Minoro collection of wallpapers. I was very impressed with paper mache technique used for creating beautiful wall coverings; not only they are unique, but also eco-friendly.
It goes without saying that you don’t have to wallpaper the whole room, you can choose a part of the wall you want to make special, and use it there:
Another beautiful wallpaper is another Mindoro made from banana and palm tree, which in fact looks like a driftwood: