This week, I'm delighted to share with you two new floral-inspired wallpapers from interior designer Nina Campbell.
They are just two of the eight wallpaper designs in her new Autumn 2012 collection. Inspired by English stately homes and gardens, the collection is named after Woodsford Castle in Dorset.
We start off with Fairfield with its colourful lupins in a loosely drawn style, reminiscent of the 1950s.
It's available in five colourways and my favourite is the one above. I love the vibrancy of the palette, including fuchsia and deep aqua.
Below are two more colourways, followed by a lifestyle shot of how the wallpaper, together with the co-ordinating fabric could look in your home.
The second new wallpaper design is called Corsham and it's available in six colourways.
It features a trail of stylised hydrangeas and is named after Corsham Court in Wiltshire, which is the home of the Methuen family and famous for its collection of old masters.
So, as the autumn sets in and winter is on its way, what better way to brighten up your home than with one of these beautiful contemporary floral wallpaper designs?
(Images : Nina Campbell)