Wallpaper has never been gone and has been completely rediscovered by many of us now that we were home a lot and started looking different at our living spaces. Coloredwalls is the wallpaper webshop of MisterDesign, the store that we know from the beautiful design brands and that you saw earlier on the blog in various articles as you might like to read here.
Coloredwalls has a wide range of luxury wallpaper from beautiful brands such as Arte, Cole & Son, Moooi, Designers Guild and the Danish Ferm Living. Making a personal choice is made easy by the fine search functions that the site offers. This way you bring nature into your home with themes such as flowers, jungle, plants or animals. But also stripes or materials such as concrete or wood and unique painting wallpaper, in short, plenty of choice. Of course you can also search by color or room.
While looking at the different brands, Asteré caught my eye. The brand invites various artists to translate their work into artistic wallpaper creations. The result is a collection of unique creations with many colors and patterns. The Asteré collection includes many Graphic wallpapers in a combination of colors but also in a single color. The yellow Jeu d’Ombres non-woven wallpaper designed by Garance Vallée, a leading French artist and designer, has geometric shapes in different depths, which gives the wallpaper an exciting look.
What appeals to me personally is the abstract Archetype wallpaper. The beige, brown and ocher colors are the colors that I really like at the moment. And depth has also been created in this wallpaper. With this wallpaper you lubricate the wall with glue and you simply stick the wallpaper against it. It is also super easy to remove if you want something else.
Terrazzo de Papier
The Terrazzo de Papier wallpaper is, just like the above ones, from the Garance Vallée Collection of the leading French brand. To me it feels like the walls in a small French bistro filled with nice bottles of wine and ceramics.
To close this post I would like to show you the Kintsugi wallpaper. We know the term Kintsugi from the Japanese art of putting broken pottery pieces back together with gold, a metaphor for embracing your flaws and imperfections. The graphic non-woven wallpaper has a subtle line pattern. A design belonging to the Porter Teleo Collection of the leading French brand and available in different colours.
Written in collaboration with MisterDesign & Coloredwalls