Whether you are a keen explorer or simply love graphical works of art then these beautiful map wallpapers are perfect. Wallpapered.com are committed to producing custom printed wallpapers to the highest quality and their antique style maps are where they flourish and provide a talking point within any room. The vintage style captivates any room and adds a worldly appeal; they hold history, memories, inspiration and a sense of wonder and the muted palettes from them are calming and bring a cosy and nostalgic vibe to any space.
They add character no matter what style or era your home is and are both elegant but functional and appeal to your traveller inside. Use them to create an impressive backdrop or pair with accessories such as compasses, globes and vintage style suitcases for an explorer style. You can use these wallpapers in any room from a study to a bathroom, either as an accent wall or framed as an inspiration for artwork.
Wallpapered.com has proved the birth of a trend that is defined by the use of maps to dress up or to decorate your homes. You can simply lose yourself while viewing a map and these certainly play true to the trend that has been embracing pages of interior magazines for a while now. Have a look at their brilliant maps below!
Settle down by the roaring fire, listen as the wind blows outside and be inspired by all the beautiful tones which autumn brings. This is the season where colours get stronger with gorgeous hues of gold, yellow and orange and fabric gets heavier as chunky, thick throws are introduced. Catch the spirit of the season with cosy textures, natural elements and warm colours which create an autumnal feel. Today I am focusing on a classic Country Chic style which is perfect for creating a warm and cosy environment.
This style is all about warmth and texture. Checks, tweed and herringbone are pattern which are typical of this style. Enhance these by adding chunky throws, rustic knits and comfortable cushions, surrounding yourself with these elements will certainly evoke a sense of relaxation. Look for eye-catching textures, unusual shapes and talking-point details to add character to a room. Country décor is rich with warm colours that are drawn from nature; think burnt oranges and burgundy found on fallen leaves with the addition of gold’s, yellows and moss greens. Neutrals should include soothing tones such as browns and creams for accents. However don’t shy away from vibrant tones, rather compliment them with softer, tonal shades for a playful, nature inspired look. Lastly for a charming element add a few wooden creatures.
With the chilly weather setting in its officially the season to wrap up in chunky, warm throws and plump cushions which make for a comfortable enviroment. Today I am going to show you how to get a cosy style without spending a fortune by adding a few accessories to bring an essence of warmth to a winters evening. Sitting in front of a roaring fire, toasting crumpets on a cold evening sums up winter for me therefore I have based this scheme on a living room. However the versatility of these accessories means they are not just limited to this room.
Concentrating on the seasons colour of berry red and the woodland trend I will show you that there is no need to splash the cash to achieve an on-trend look for less. I have set a budget of £75.00 and searched the high street for the very best wintery buys.
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