Embrace the sweeping trend towards wallpaper decor with our unique wallpaper designs.
Cow and Windmill Wallpaper
This pattern puts a cow and a windmill together in a loving ensemble. Colour variations...more info
Delicacies and vitals
A pattern with roast chicken, grilled fish, heads of wheat, pastries and some other...more info
Symmetry in architecture, what could be better? How about repeated symmetrical gables on...more info
Floral Glory is a design by Reshu Gupta, a graduate in Textile Design from the...more info
Rose Curry is a design by Reshu Gupta, a graduate in Textile Design from the...more info
These Baroque Butterflies are designed by Anneline Sophia, a South African born...more info
This design is by Nicole Long. Nicole is a freelance Graphic Designer, Illustrator and...more info
This pattern depicts a beautiful succulent plant found in the South-western Cape and...more info
This is our 50′s housewife pattern. But it’s got lots in it for the handy 50more info
A couple of heads of wheat is all you need to bring warmth and comfort to a...more info
Some of these may make you think of a 70′s kitsch kitchen. If you look a little...more info
This fabric and wallpaper pattern was inspired by designs done by the Aztecs in ancient...more info
This wallpaper has two options – the repeat pattern and the photographic. See more...more info
Fine Lines and Diamonds
This is actually an ideal pattern for fabric on many types of interior applications. For...more info
We are so relieved that it can no longer be said that wallpaper decor is too much or doesn’t belong in every home. We believe that the time when everybody has wallpaper somewhere in their home is about to return.
Our wallpaper designs are very pattern oriented. This is very much part of the return to the age old place of comfort and knowing. Pattern is like music – we keep returning to the themes that make us human and lift our spirits.
Our wallpapers are printed with environmentally friendly UV inks on PVC coated stucco textured paper. The results are very vibrant and clear. “Bright colours with high brilliance and very good print quality” is possible.
Interior design considerations
We have some tips on choosing patterns. If you have a large space and want it to seem smaller, use dark colours and large patterns. For smaller spaces, use light colours and smaller patterns. Vartical stripes or patterns that have a vertical intensity make ceilings look higher. Horizontal patterns or stripes elongate narrow rooms.
All of our patterns are quite intricate and therefor are good for hiding imperfections on the wall. Just ensure that the installer matches the pattern up correctly.
Read our thought provoking views on wallpaper trends from the last few decades.