Today, I'm featuring some beautiful floral-inspired wallpapers from east London based, Jocelyn Warner.
The first four images show Jocelyn's newest editions to her range - Wisteria and Dandy.
Wisteria was printed using a gravure process and the collection includes five different colourways, including Silver Blue and Lilac Rose shown here.
Dandy, which is featured below has been produced using surface printing, one of the oldest printing methods, and perfect for multi-coloured floral patterns. The method leaves a wonderful hand-painted feel to the wallpaper.
This collection is available in four different colourways including Blue Note and Apricot Blush below.
I also thought I'd share two more of Jocelyn's floral-inspired wallpapers with you, starting with Cascade and followed by Poppy.
And if you'd like to know a little bit more about the lady behind these gorgeous designs...Jocelyn achieved a BA in Textile Design from Camberwell School of Arts & Crafts and studied an MA in Computer-Aided Design and Digital Printing for Textiles at Central St Martin's.
After graduating, she set up her studio and created a hand-printed scarf collection which she sold through Joseph and Paul Smith.
Then in 1999, she launched her first collection of hand-printed wallpapers. Her range now also includes fabrics, rugs and lampshades.
(Images : Jocelyn Warner)