Breathe new life into an unloved alcove or create a feature wall that all your friends will covet. Whether or not you go big, you can certainly be bold. From heritage maps to tin tiles, here are some of our favourite statement wallcoverings for a take-notice contemporary interior.
This feature was taken from the launch issue of Warehouse Home.
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The beautiful wallcovering below is the result of a special collaboration between innovative wall specialists Surface View and the Museum of London. It is a section taken from Charles Booth’s Poverty Map, dating from 1889 and depicting Paddington and Hyde Park at the time. Each area is colour coded to depict the areas of wealth and destitution. Take a look to see which popular areas have now evolved into the London of today. You can also separately purchase the accompanying hand coloured key for the original map, which is pictured beneath.
London poverty map from the Museum of London collection, made to order, from £60 per sq m, Surface View
Personalised Ordnance Survey Victorian street map wallpaper, 150cm x 150cm, £165, Love Maps On
PHE-15 scrapwood wallpaper by Piet Hein Eek, 48.7cm x 900cm, £199, Pad Home
TIN-05 brooklyn tins wallpaper by Merci, 48.7cm x 1,000cm, £219, Pad Home
Striped concrete mural from the Textures Collection, made to order, from £50 per sq m, Surface View
Yellow garage door wall mural, custom-sized, from £50.40 for 150cm x 105cm, Wallpapered
This beautiful Wall Garden wallpaper (below) is part of the new Greenhouse collection from Rebel Walls. Combining vintage hand drawn floral designs with worn timber planks, it is at once rough and rustic yet delicate and feminine, making it perfect for papering a bedroom. The flower patterns had been long forgotten, since their heyday over a hundred years ago, and were only recently rediscovered in dusty archives in France. They have been given a new lease of life by as part of this charming wallcovering.
Wall Garden, £33 per sq m, Rebel Walls
This feature was taken from the launch issue of Warehouse Home. To enjoy the publication in full click here or in the reader below.
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