I came across this photograph of wallpaper flower fans on the Lookbox Living blog from Singapore and wanted to find some of the striking papers they had used to create these beautiful decorations. One of those featured is 'Totem' (seen below) from Tres Tintas and designed by creative duo PotiPoti.
Another design used was Abstract Malachite by Christian Lacroix.
Next up is something quite different with a fun retro wallpaper called 'Kaylee' from B&Q which has a 1970's feel with it's bold graphic flowers.
I also loved the new tribal style 'Teepee' wallpaper (below) from Hibou Home, along with their 'Into the Wild' paper which features graphic pine trees mixed with line drawings of bears, wolves, and elks. And who wouldn't fall for the charms of their cute bunny spotted on Hibou Home's 'Portraits' wallpaper.
These new geometric wallpaper and border designs (below) are from Cole & Son's new 'Whimsical' collection. The harlequin print wallpaper called 'Punchinello' was inspired by traditional Italian theatre and the scalloped 'Scaramouche' border design is based on carnival bunting.
If you are a fan of watercolour prints then these wallpaper from Designers Guild should appeal. Bamboo and Winter Palace are both from their 'Shanghai Garden' collection.