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Why pick just one colour when there are so many at your disposal? Colourful wallpapers bring your home to life. Their power can be harnessed for an impactful statement wall or to simply brighten up the room. More

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Multi-Coloured Wallpaper: The Guide

Nothing alleviates the monotony and dread of the gloomy season or the lack of direct sunlight like a splash of colour. A colourful wallpaper is a transformative tool to energise living spaces for both adults and children, as colours are directly connected to our psychological well-being, profoundly impacting our moods, feelings and behaviours. The link between them and the human mind is so strong that they are known to influence our heartrate, blood pressure and metabolism. You can use their energy to your advantage by creating a brightly coloured oasis with a multi-coloured floral wallpaper, or to decorate a stylish and contemporary space with a geometric wall décor that uses warm and positive hues to give your mood a well-deserved lift.

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Why are multi-coloured wallpapers a great addition to your home?

The power of colours is known to have many benefits, for instance filling a space with light and energy, setting up rooms where kids can explore their creativity and providing the foundations for stunning statement walls.

They brighten up and add character to a room

Our eyes are immediately attracted to colourful images, especially if they are bright and come in a variety of hues. We are programmed by evolution to react to them, a fact that should not be neglected when it comes to interior design. Bright colours add visual interest, breaking up the monotony of neutral tones and creating a focal point that demands attention. Psychologically, colourful wallpaper provides a touch of light that can energise a room.

They are perfect to create a nurturing and positive space for kids

Colours are an indispensable part of a child’s world. Long before their brain and eyesight develop enough to focus on sharper details, the colours of their surroundings capture their imagination. Like the crayons they use to represent what they see, a colourful wallpaper provides the perfect backdrop to stimulate their creativity, imagination, and sense of joy.

They defy convention and add an element of creativity to statement walls

A clear break from the overused monochromatic monotony that dominated minimalist design for decades, colourful wallpapers add a great deal of visual interest to any room, creating a distinctive space that provides a positive galvanising force to interior design conventions. For this reasons they are often used in living and dining rooms as statement walls, especially in bright colours and with large graphic patterns.

Which patterns and motifs are best suited to multi-coloured wall décor?

There are countless multicoloured wallpaper motifs at your disposal, depending on the result you are hoping to achieve. Stripes and geometric patterns are ideal for understated backgrounds, whereas floral motifs help you bring the magic of nature inside your home.

Stripes

Narrow or block stripes, placed vertically or horizontally, are a familiar sight when it comes to colourful wallpapers. One of the most classic and iconic patterns in the history of wall décor, there is a reason why they are a perennial favourite: It’s due to their ability to add a splash of colour that energises a room without ever taking centre stage.

Geometric patterns

The minimalist and timeless nature of geometric patterns, a staple of the wallpaper world, receives a boost of energy when the structuring symmetry provided by the motifs is combined with the explosive vitality of an extremely varied colour palette. The possibilities for these types of wallpapers are endless, ranging from eccentric vintage looks to sophisticated Art Deco styles.

Floral patterns

Real life is never monochrome. The most defining characteristic of nature is the plethora of colours that comprises a canvas as magical as life itself. Colourful floral wallpaper models are the perfect way to bring the outdoor in, letting us indulge in the inspiring beauty of a summer meadow or the delicate hues of a dew-covered flower garden in the comfort of our homes.

Cartoon characters and children’s fairy tales

It is said that children see the world in brighter colours than adults. It is certainly true that the magical worlds emerging from their imagination are filled with the brightest of shades. A colourful wallpaper covered in speeding cars, shiny spaceships, enchanted castles, or their favourite superheroes is the perfect springboard for countless adventures.

Which colour shades are often present in multi-coloured wallpapers?

While multicoloured wallpapers feature all hues available in the colour palette, picking the right shade is a matter of deciding which kind of vibe we want for the room.

Pastel shades

The pastel aesthetic is very much on trend, which means that choosing a multicoloured wallpaper in soft pastel tones is a fun and fashionable way to change the way an interior looks while keeping the general mood soft, warm and cosy. A multi-coloured wallpaper featuring a mix of calming peachy hues, serene seaside blues, or maybe a splash of dusty purple is compatible with many design concepts and will set the stage for a soothing and relaxing space.

Bright shades

There are moments in life when you just know it’s time to be bold. If you want to revitalise a tired and drab interior, look no further than a feature wall decorated with a bright and colourful wallpaper. Paired with neutral hues on the other walls to act as a counterbalance to its exuberance, it will create a focal point that will lend new life to the room.

Darker tones

It is an outdated concept that dark colours make a room appear gloomy. The key is to create the right balance in the room, matching a wallpaper in saturated dark hues with bright furniture elements and splashes of colour in the shape of plants, art and accessories. A living room set up this way will exude depth and character while remaining a great place to relax and recuperate from the hustle and bustle of the outside world.

For which rooms should I consider multi-coloured wall coverings?

No place is off-limits for a colourful wallpaper, but you certainly won’t go wrong if you seek to create a convivial kitchen, brighten up the children’s room or make a statement in your living room.

Kitchens

In a world where many kitchens feel a little too bland due to their functional perfection, an injection of colour via a wallpaper featuring plenty of happy hues is the perfect way to make the place reflect your personality. When choosing the right colourful wall décor for you, make sure to pick one that is coated in vinyl and can therefore withstand moisture and be wiped clean with ease.

Living rooms

You have invested a significant sum of money in acquiring some high-end designer furniture and accessories but, looking around your living room, you find it feels a little too sterile? A feature wall with a colourful wallpaper is a great way to add personality and style, helping you create a unique and interesting focal point that will make your living room feel more inviting and visually appealing.

Children’s rooms and nurseries

No place in the house warrants a splash of colour more than the rooms devoted to our little ones. Children are more than happy to trade starkness with interest and a wallcovering in bright and bold colours will help stimulate their imagination and creativity, inspiring their curiosity and sparking their interest in the world around them. An extra bonus: a colourful wallpaper can hide stains and small tears!