Much like the downstairs loo, children’s rooms have become places where we can be a little more experimental with our decoration. You can abandon your normal design tastes and indulge in a little childhood fantasy – particularly in the use of interesting wallpapers.
We firmly believe that it is in for a penny in for a pound with wallpaper, which means it needs to go on EVERY wall. No feature walls here! With the huge range of wallpaper now available it is a great way to liven up the lives of the little poppets in your life!
Here is our pick of some of the best nursery wallpapers available:
Jane Churchill (with Colefax and Fowler) has cleverly taken the beautiful illustrations from A A Milne’s Winnie the Pooh to create this completely classic nursery paper. It comes in a number of colourways but we love the charcoal as it looks as though it has been sketched on to your walls.
Traditional fabric house Bennison will make up any of their fabrics into wallpaper for you – they don’t come cheap but they are worth it! We love this chic Monkey Puzzle design, especially in their orange and pink colourway.
We love Molly Mahon’s block printed fabric and wallpapers and think this spot and star would look great in a nursery or children’s bedroom. It’s the sort of pattern that can really grow with a child, which means you won’t have to be redecorating their room for a few years to come!
One final thought… If you don’t want to go to the expense of buying and hanging wallpaper then why not take a short cut and use removable wall stickers? A brilliant, and temporary, way to brighten up a child’s room. Notonthehightstreet have a great selection to choose from.
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