From relaxed graphics, architectural geometrics and blurred lines to heavy greys paired with sugary sweet pastels – this summer’s interior trends are about celebrating individuality and juxtaposition. Gravitating towards the reflection of personal experiences rather than reflecting catwalk trends and stylish swatches, this season’s hot interior trends were not that easy to predict.
Here, we explore how to get touches of this summer’s interior trends in your home in simple ways.
This season has seen a major influx in geometric prints and beautiful bold patterns. Embrace the geo angles and give your home edgy ultra-modern accents. Mid-century modern is a key style this season and geometric prints work well paired with 1950s teak furniture – an era of abstract patterns and beautifully bold colours.
Give some power to the pattern and try using Marble 2.0 wall mural with white walls and white floors for a show-stopping interior.
Encapsulating the stripped-back feel of an industrial warehouse – the raw reclaimed trend features timeworn materials taken from their original source. Bare wire work and plated metals are all bang on trend this summer, with people embracing a newfound love for reclaimed wood.
Feature walls provide the perfect opportunity to feature the reclaimed wood trend without making major adjustments to your home. Photowall’s Old Wooden Wall looks stunning as a wall mural – pair with faux fur throws and wire candles to make a trendy statement in your home.
Adding a sophisticated flush of colour and softening the usual monochrome palettes – waterborne effects are everywhere this summer. Deriving from the ombre trend a few years back, the watercolour interior trend is fantastic for statement pieces and accent walls.
Try pairing watercolours with other styles in your home. Combing a bold graphic pattern with stripes and chevron complements individual details of fabrics – watercolour print cushions are the perfect soft furnishing to add a touch of this summer’s biggest interior trend into your home. Wall murals are equally as simple add this style into your home – Photowall’s Colour puddle wall mural looks stunning as a statement wall in your bedroom.
Which of these interior design trends will you be trying out this summer?
Not everyone is blessed with having a concrete or wooden wall in their house/apartment. But if you’re looking for a way to make your home a bit more rustic, there are other ways. On Photowall we provide a bunch of different textured wallpapers. On the picture above you can see a close up of Pastel plaster, a pastel dream if your looking for a more romantic, rustic feeling.
This is our Concrete wall, one of our favourites here at the wallpaper factory. Lovely in a kitchen for example.
Old wooden wall make you think of Scandinavian summers in the country, and bright midsummer evenings.
Fancy a bit more colour? How about Rusty patched plate?
When you lay your eyes on Brown wooden wall, you get the feeling you’re in a barn. Beautiful in a livingroom to mix up with modern, scandinavian interior.
The summer seems to be on hold in Stockholm at the moment, and while the rain is pouring down, we take the time to do some changes in our homes. A good idea if you don’t want to change the room completely, is to wallpaper your wardrobes. Perfect if you find a wallpaper that you love, but might feel it’s too much for a whole room. On the pictures we’ve used Wild in my garden, designed by Peppercookies.
Summer has finally arrived to Stockholm and to our wallpaper factory. When we’re not at the office or out taking a swim, we prepare for summer parties. We serve ice cream and pink lemonade, and of course we decorate the party with wallpaper. On the pictures you see two of our favourite motifs, perfect for decoration. Confetti and Triangle Brush – designed by the Swedish designerstudio By May.
Classic art has always amazed and inspired us. Here on Photowall we take it a little bit further and wallpaper our walls with one of our favourite artists – Vincent van Gogh. A perfect wallpaper to inspire you all day in your studio, or maybe to make your livingroom to something extra ordinary. Almond Blossom is one of our favourite motifs out of Vincent van Goghs collection, and is available as both wall mural and canvas print. Do you have another Vincent van Gogh favourite? Take a look at all our van Gogh motifs, and maybe you’ll find the one you love most.
The lightest nights of the summer are here. We pick flowers to place beneath cushions, weave garlands, gorge ourselves on strawberries and decorate the table with wallpaper. Tablecloths, placemats and other creative decorations made from wallpaper – there are many ways to make your party into a multi-coloured Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Warm Midsummer greetings
We asked her to share a bit of what inspires her at the moment, and if you want to check it out, head over to Pinspiration gust pinner gallery.
Lately we’ve seen the pineapple everywhere in the interior world. On posters, pillow cases, lamp foots – you name it. Photowall of course is a big fan of the trend and for the brave we have wallpapers to decorate the walls with this beautiful fruit.
The fascination of pineapples started back in the 15th century. At the time it was a rare and very expensive fruit, and therefore it became a symbol of wealth and hospitality. At dinners people decorated the tables with pineapples to show their status. The architects at the time was not late to embrace the popularity of the fruit. They used the shape for textiles, lamps and even buildings.
This motif is called “Pineapple” and is designed by the German illustrator Rina Donnersmarck. Perfect in a kids room or maybe in your kitchen.
For someone who like the motifs a little more abstract Swedish designer Iwa Herdensjös “Abacaxi” might be the perfect choice.
Pineapples are also hiding in NU Agencys motif “Wild at heart“. Beautiful, isn’t it?
Yesterday we loved the owl, today the pineapple. What do you think will be the next big trend?
Photowall launches a children’s collection by German illustrator Rina Donnersmarck. Fruit and dream-like forests are some of the motifs in the collection.
The collection is available exclusively from Photowall and comprises eight motifs. The motifs are available as made-to-measure wall murals costing £35 per square metre.
Photowall is launching a wall mural collection with graffiti designs by some of Sweden’s leading street artists. The collection is a collaboration with the Stockholm-based art gallery, Wallery.
Gouge, Skil, Huge, RCW and Dotse are the artists behind Photowall and Wallery’s new wall mural collection. Traditional graffiti is blended with graphical street art, urban portraits and photorealistic graffiti. The designs were created on walls at Photowall’s mural factory during the spring, to then end up in the printing presses. Pictured above, a design by Dotse.
The collection is available exclusively from Photowall and comprises five motifs. All the motifs can be ordered as made-to-measure wall murals costing £31 per square metre. To see how the wall murals were created – watch our film from the project.