1 Farrow & Ball has unveiled three new contemporary floral wallpapers: Hegemone, which takes its name from the Greek goddess of fruit and flowers, is a riot of colourful blooms; Atacama, a playful tropical print named after the flowering South American desert; and Helleborus, Farrow & Ball’s largest motif design yet. Each design is available in seven colourways from £86 per roll.
2 If you missed Graham & Brown‘s House of Wallpaper in Soho, an immersive experience that took interior design lovers on a tour of the history of wallpaper, you missed out. But all is not lost, you can create your own immersive floral experience at home with an elaborate print like Graham & Brown’s Botanical Dusk Wallpaper (£50 per roll).
3 Abstract pattern maestros Eley Kishimoto has teamed up with Kirkby Design to create a range of eye-catching, tactile, luxe fabrics and wallpapers that launched earlier this year in Milan. The prints were put to good use in the VIP and Press areas of this year’s Design Junction, so you know this wallpaper is hot property. Fabrics from £75 per m; wallpaper from £90 per roll.
4 Tropical Clouded Leopard is the newest fabric and paper print by dynamic pattern purveyors, Timorous Beasties. As with many of their well-known designs, it has a dark edge, with the leopard shown preying on a tropical bird. From £120 per metre.
5 Mini Moderns, created by London-based designers Keith Stephenson and Mark Hampshire, specialises in applied-patterns across a range of wallpapers, fabrics, cushions, rugs and ceramics. The brand launched its 10 year anniversary wallpaper collection, the Saturday Night/Sunday Morning Collection – at Decorex this year. From £45 per roll.