|Simple yet so effective. If you’ve been busy decorating this year, a great way to use up any leftover wallpaper and impress your guests is to create a luxury table runner for a truly festive dining experience! The silver print on this wallpaper will sparkle beautifully in candlelight.
2. ENCHANTING HEADBOARD
|Christmas is the time of year when the house is never empty and there’s always someone looking for a place to stay. Give your guests a surprise this Christmas by making an enchanting wallpaper headboard. Your design can be as simple or elaborate as you like, here we’ve used the beautiful Silvergate BP 852.
3. HIDDEN SECRETS
|If you’ve got the odd half tin of paint left or roll of unwanted wallpaper, why not create exciting pops of colour in secret places? Painting the interior of cupboards, bookshelves or even lining drawers with wallpaper are ways to bring a smile. This is also a great way to use bright festive colours or bold wallpaper patterns that you wouldn’t necessarily want to use on a whole wall.
4. QUIRKY CHRISTMAS TREE
|A little something for the more artistic! Why not try creating your own wallpaper Christmas tree as an alternative to the traditional fir tree? Here we’ve used 9 different wallpapers to create a mesmerizing wallpaper tree! However, if you’re not quite as adventurous, why not try spray painting twigs in silver or gold, accessorising with sprigs of holly, stringing some baul bauls together with ribbon or making some festive bunting or paper chains?
5. BESPOKE GIFT-WRAP
|Finally, Christmas is a time for giving. Why not treat your family and friends to gifts wrapped in pure luxury this year? Rich patterns with metallic details such as Rosslyn, Ranelagh andBrockhampton Star will make your gifts stand out under the tree this year!