Live like a French queen and introduce a regal air to your personal palace. Jacquard patterns, sumptuous golds and whimsical tassels are key in achieving this fanciful look. Just make sure you take a sparing approach to avoid a frenzied result!
Enthused to explore the regal look by Nina Campbell’s new Rosslyn wallpapers and fabrics, we applaud the grandeur of the latest designs. The wallpapers in their range of colourways and designs intend to compliment the traditional dado rail features of period properties.
Choose deep, rich hues for statement cushions or dining chairs and pair with a neutral such as gold tones or creams. Patterned wallpapers and fabrics in a damask design are key to the Rococo style. You won’t need antique furniture to carry off this look, as with Zoffany’s rich palette and an extensive range of designs, teaming with modern items will achieve an on-trend contrast.
Give your picture frames a touch of the stately home by hanging them against a glamorous soft floral or damask. The gold sheen of this Benington wallpaper from Nina Campbell is actually named after a castle so why not create your own personal palace with a feature wall. Combine with fabrics in complimentary patterns and luxurious textures to add interest to a room otherwise lacking depth.
Take a continental influence with the tropical elegance of this classic Cole & Son wallpaper from their Albemarle collection. Bold walls will benefit from white voile curtains helping to make a light, distinguished style that would look right at home in a Parisian apartment, even if you don’t have huge, palatial windows.
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