Wallpaper is making a huge comeback, and it’s becoming increasingly popular once again. With so many different designs and patterns available, it's easy to see why. The hallway is the first thing guests see when they enter your home and first impressions matter.
It can be a difficult task to select wallpaper that sets your home up for a cosy welcome, so we have put together some amazing inspiration ideas to breathe some life into your home.
In this picture: Jewel Damask Silver Wallpaper.
There’s no better way to make an impression on your guests than choosing an on-trend damask wallpaper with dazzling motifs. The luxurious choice introduces tactile textures into the hall and works particularly well with a glitter finish. Glitter damask wallpaper adds a layered effect with a contemporary twist on a timeless classic.
In this picture: Glitz Glitter Stripe Cappuccino / Creme Wallpaper
The classic stripe design is timeless and adds character to any room. Various natural shades with a splash of gold bring a touch of class and elegance to your home that will ‘wow’ your guests and their first impressions.
The trend moving through 2019 is glitter, and it drags classic designs into the 21st century with its contemporary textures and warm impressions.
In this picture: San Remo Retro Geometric Charcoal Wallpaper
One of the leading trends going into 2019, geometric patterns are visually striking and brings a real personality to your home with a perfect weight to withstand heavy foot traffic.
Geometric patterns are particularly ideal for well-lit areas as they often add depth to narrow halls and create a welcoming passage to your home for guests to feel they are truly entering luxury.
In this picture: Boutique Texture Rose Gold Lux Weave Wallpaper
If you’re feeling a little more glamorous, you can have wallpaper to match your Rose Gold smartphone. Going for a bold and sparkly colour is perfect for sunlight and spotlights as it opens up its metallic features and works well with a minimalistic look if you’re pushed for space in the hallway.
- Ensure you select a quality wallpaper with a substantial weight & thickness to withstand a high traffic area and ensure longevity
- Consider the space you have in the hallway and stick to lighter tones to make a smaller space appear larger
- Think about using a patterned wallpaper down the stairs wall to open up and separate the space
If you’re looking for more inspiration or would like to view more colours you can view a full range of our stylish wallpaper here.