For a large white wall facing the same layer, we seem to have already experienced fatigue. In the face of such a big project, we often have to work hard to complete. The worst thing is that many times we are not satisfied with the wall we selected. Face works, and in the big project of decoration, most of the time we spend is not to put the selected materials on the wall, but we have to spend a long time to think, contrast, choose the color, the material and the pattern.
We want a wall decoration that we are satisfied with and one that looks good – one we will not regret. It is a big headache for those of us who are not interior designers and in the face of dazzling wall products on the market, we are often overwhelmed and we refuse to live in a space where poison is hidden.
With the continuous advancement of technology and the high attention paid to environmental protection, durability of the products, wallpaper have been greatly improved and the wallpaper is very rich in expression and full of artistic conception. It is used in any space and place. This also makes the wallpaper a lot of people’s favor.
House of Hackney, a luxury interior design company in the UK, re-imagined interior design with its iconic prints. Inspired by the world we live in they created unique and inspiring designs.
For the new season, House of Hackney delved the vast archives of iconic French wallpaper house ZUBER to re-imagine a selection of their designs. This ‘Majorelle’ floral print references Jacobean-era designs but was first crafted later in 1890. To update the design, they have infused it with shades of petrol and burgundy and finished it with iridescent turquoise accents.
Enter the ‘Cosmos’ with House of Hackney’s exclusive zodiac-inspired wallpaper in an ethereal shade of celestial-blue. Delicately illustrated with animals representative of the twelve astrological signs – as well as star constellations such as the Pegasus, Canis Major and Ursa Minor – this stellar design will bring a sense of otherworldly style to the interior. Inspired by antique maps of the galaxy, this wallpaper holds timelessly stylish appeal.
Decadent florals are House of Hackney’s signature and the new-season ‘Majorelle’ print takes the aesthetic to the next level. From traditional French wallpaper house ZUBER’s archives, this Jacobean-style design has been recolored in an arresting viola-pink and blue colour palette for contemporary appeal. Pick out one of the rich hues and paint woodwork in a complementary colour.
Created in collaboration with traditional French interiors house Zuber, the ‘Majorelle’ print has been recoloured and remastered by House of Hackney for a contemporary update. With a rich henna background, this large-scale floral evokes an enchanting Eastern interiors mood. Paint your woodwork in a tonal red hue for the boldest finish.
For new collection, House of Hackney worked with traditional French interiors house, ZUBER, to re-imagine a selection of their wallpapers for a new generation. The ‘Mamounia’ design features decorative details housed within structured stripes for a statement finish. In hues of moss-green, brown and black, it nods to the colours found in nature.
Showcasing serene shades of pink, mauve and teal on a neutral base, the ‘Artemis’ wallpaper in off-white is a fresh take on this beloved House of Hackney print. Inspired by the work of William Morris, it’s a contemporary way to introduce love-forever florals into the home.
‘Artemis’ is House of Hackney’s non-conformist take on a traditional floral design. Inspired by the work of William Morris as well as Diana Vreeland’s iconic Garden in Hell room, this painterly print depicts Victorian-inspired wild flowers intricately illustrated in watercolour. This black version of our popular wallpaper print proves that using dark colours in the home need not be daunting.
Discover ‘Florika’, House of Hackney’s reimagining of the classic paisley print. The petrol colourway combines rich teal, vivid amethyst and other jewel-toned highlights for a truly captivating design. Choose this wallpaper to introduce a sense of the heady exoticism of the ancient prints found in Uzbekistan to your home.
With its mix of hand-painted parrots, colourful blossoms and lush leaves, the ‘Paradisa’ print in sand will instantly transport you to the tropics. inspired by 1930s Hawaiian chinoiserie, this stunning design will bring the outdoors into your home.