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For several seasons now, wallpaper has been taking over kids’ bedrooms with elegance and a dreamy style! Competing against each other with a wealth of imaginative illustrations, each more elaborate than the next, wallpaper designers have been exploring the delightful richness found in nature. An infinite range of stories that evoke the senses for unlimited patterns that approach works of art. Feasts for the eyes, these wallpapers are decorative elements in their own right. To illustrate the point, The Socialite Family has drawn up a selection of 5 wallpapers we’ve seen in kids’ bedrooms. More than enough to get your creative juices flowing ! Seen at the home of the co-founder of the Hauvette & Madhani agency, this wallpaper is an ode to spring and its flowers. A pattern that is also accompanied by animals in Annabel Gueret‘s daughters’ bedroom as well as in Lisa Ménard and Marianne Fersing’s homes for a bucolic flora and fauna vibe reinterpreted by Nathalie Lété ! Then there are the palm trees in Belgium at Cristina Balducci’s, where the wallpaper is exotic and dreamy – a theme also loved by interior designer Vanessa Faivre ! On a more classic and romantic note, a leafy wallpaper elegantly merges with the wood that dominates Camille and Guillaume Boillot’s home. Finally, there are the floral art deco patterns by William Morris, a key figure in the British Arts and Crafts movement whose style has been adopted by the co-founder of Balzac, Chrysoline de Gastines. A plethora of rural and idyllic designs that provide all you need to decorate your little ones’ bedrooms. From all-over panoramic effects to carefully cut, smaller pieces on a coloured background : the idea is to use wallpaper as the backdrop to a joyful and eclectic interior decoration !
Competing against each other with a wealth of imaginative illustrations, each more elaborate than the next, wallpaper designers have been exploring the delightful richness found in nature.
Pictures : Constance Gennari – Valerio Geraci – Eve Campestrini – Text : Caroline Balvay @thesocialitefamily