Our modern designer wallpapers are lifting wallpaper out of the decoration ghetto and turning it into art. Exclusive, luxurious, beautifully crafted and designed to be talking points - this is designer wallpaper with a difference. Discover our whole range of designer wallpaper, or delve into this selection of 5 popular designs.
By working with aquerelles painted onto wet paper, Vartiainen has captured the sea’s fragility and beauty in this romantic and luxurious wallcovering.
Our Creative Director, Oliver Green, on why we love this design: "Teija has managed to pack more mood and feeling into this design than anything I have seen in a long time. It’s like unrolling a storm. Seeing it in a room makes you realise how much drama and beauty is possible from a wallpaper."
Plato captures the drama of an artist at work. Originally hand-painted by Japanese artist, Aoi Yoshizawa, the fine detailing retains the movement of the brush and grain of the paint.
Our Creative Director, Oliver Green, on why we love this design: "The making of brush strokes this confidently isn’t as easy to achieve as you might think but Aoi has managed to bring control and chaos together wonderfully. This is a standout piece in our collection for sure."
Neural was conceived by the sought-after experimental art photographer, Luke Evans. He photographed slices of cow brain tissue under a ultra-high resolution microscope, then enhanced them using film grain. A stunning marbled wallcovering that tells an intriguing story.
Our Creative Director, Oliver Green, on why we love this design: "If it's possible to create a subversive wallpaper then Luke has done that with Neural. A legitimately interesting way to arrive at a beautiful finish."
For this series of contemporary wallpapers, FEATHR.com worked with legendary tattoo artist Liam Sparkes. Known worldwide for his absurd and brutal tattoos, this is the first time he’s applied his art to wallpaper.
Our Creative Director, Oliver Green, on why we love this design: "Being tattooed myself and knowing the legend of Liam Sparkes it was an honour to work with the man. His style is trademark and known in the skin art circles. We worked to keep his brutal simplicity and bring it the wall - only adding some depth with background colour."
Inspired by natural ornamenation of honeycomb and crystallisation, Glenn Todd’s Crystallise deconstructs the pure lines expected of geometrics. Energy, movement and intrigue result.
Our Creative Director, Oliver Green, on why we love this design: "This is a skilfully realised idea. The blocks of copper are used sparingly to give the shards of crystal space to breathe. The overall feeling of the design is luxurious without being gauche."