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Wallpaper with heart: Mineheart

If there’s one thing I love more than anything in the home, it’s wallpaper.

While accessories can make a plain wallpapered room come alive, there’s something to be said for the sheer amount of space that the wall can give you. It’s a blank canvas that lends itself well to a keen designer.

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The visual impact of wallpaper can’t be matched, unless you’re lucky enough to possess Van Gogh’s talent for painting. Contemporary wallpaper also lasts for between 10 and 15 years, whilst paint will need a touchup every three to four years.

So, all in all, wallpaper’s a very good choice.

And it comes in a very wide range of colours and designs…

Mineheart’s range is absolutely beautiful and it’s right up there on my designer wish-list. At £70 a roll on average, it’s not cheap but it isn’t out of the question.

Aside from the white library above, here are my top 3 favourites from the collection.

1) Picture Frame Wallpaper


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Designed by Young & Battaglia, this work of art will instantly make your room personable. And you won’t have to spend hours resizing, printing and cutting your own photographs to adorn on your walls. As Mineheart explain, “The warm brown tones of the old photos contrast with the contemporary white picture frames and the industrial concrete wall making it suitable for both modern and traditional interiors.” What else is there to say? I’m sold.

2) White Panelling Wallpaper

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The intricate 3D look of this design gives it an authenticity that really appeals. Thanks to the traditional Georgian design, it takes on a timeless edge –which is very handy should you not plan on swapping to a new design within the 10/15 years of its life. It also adds value to your property, hinting at wealth and class.

3) Chesterfield Back Button Wallpaper

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Chesterfield sofas are well known for being lavish. While style is important, it’s the comfort factor that’s the true desire when it comes to furniture. While it would be a little odd to have soft walls (furry anyone?!), bringing the soft and padded look to your wallpaper is a step in the right direction. After all, we’re not going to be sitting on it any time soon. If there’s one thing I love, it’s luxury.

 

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