High street fashion and lifestyle brand Accessorize has unveiled its first ever range of wallpapers.
Its debut collection includes 13 different designs, with bold botanicals, luxe metallics and tropical influences all featuring heavily in this exciting new range of wallpapers.
Created using Accessorize fashion insights, along with the brand’s design expertise, the collection has been carefully curated to incorporate 2019’s hottest trends and to suit all types of homes, from modern open-plan spaces to more traditional styling.
All designs have been created using signature Accessorize prints, recoloured and reimagined in some cases to reflect key interior trends and colours, and the creative and vibrant designs will inject new colours into homes; adding a touch of ‘Accessorize style’ to any room, either as an all-over pattern or on a statement wall.
There are four vibrant florals and tropical designs: the Camden Brick Floral, Amelie, Birds of Paradise and Maui wallpapers
There are four vibrant florals and tropical designs: the Camden Brick Floral, Amelie, Birds of Paradise and Maui wallpapers. There is also a Camden Brick design to complement its floral design. Hugely on trend for both fashion and interiors, animal print has been introduced to the collection as a modern neutral in muted grey and greige, both mixed with metallic silver, in the exclusive Savannah design.
The Mozambique range features an artisan woodblock-print design in four key colours paired with on-trend metallics. The leaf design comes in grey and metallic rose, navy and rose gold, ochre and silver, and off-white and gold colour options.
Completing the collection is the Celeste wallpaper – a beautiful floral design featuring lotus flowers in two popular colourways: blush and off-white.
This is an exciting new product category for the Accessorize brand, emulating the strong sense of style that continues to inspire the fashion and lifestyle collections. The loyal Accessorize customer base that values quality design and trend-led detail can now extend these concepts to their homes, as well as what they wear.