Borrowing motifs and reliefs from nature such as brick effect wallpaper is the latest ‘in-thing’ in the world of home interior. Blurring the lines between the indoors and outdoors is all the rage and for our team at Home Flair Decor, it’s no exception. Bringing the outside, inside, is a proven technique to make a room feel more calm, relaxing and zen. If you rely on your home to help you de-stress after a long day, you should consider one of our brick or stone wallpapers. Recent additions to this trend are industrial surface finishes such as weathered concretes and renderings with a twist using beautiful finishes that shimmer or matte textures with a sunken touch of metallics.
Brick wallpaper is incredibly popular for living rooms and kitchens. Not only does idyllic, rustic decor help improve your mood, but its effortless charm makes a statement in every room. Nature is never outdated, so simply add plants and natural materials for the ultimate accessorised room. If you want your home to look like the ones you see in the glossy magazines, shop our range of brick or stone wallpapers today. For an alternative natural materials look we also stock a range of quality wood effect wallpaper.
No matter which atmosphere you’re trying to recreate, dressing your walls in simulated brick or stone effect wallpaper will help to bring any room to life. Create the ultimate awe-inspiring home with our range of rustic wallpapers, without the cold or inflexibility that comes with authentic exposed brick, tile or stone.
Speak to one of our wallpaper experts today on 0161 729 1686 to inject your home with the character it craves.
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Focus in wallpaper has continued to borrow the textures and tones from our urban surroundings, this comes from stone, slate, concrete and brick plus a continued interest in weathered and vintage wood boards and planks.
Using the above brick wallpaper designs in part or as an all wall solution can really transform a space without the budget or upheaval revealing or installing the real thing. See our How to Use Brick Wallpaper in Your Home Guide for more information on this wallcovering trend.