Chaleureux collection of designer wallpapers

Two hot trends, bold maximalist designs and botanical prints are set to dominate home interiors in 2024 (again).

And what better way to pull it off than with designer wallpaper? 

Available in a range of prints, patterns and colours, wallpaper offers a stylish solution for updating interiors, turning a drab vertical surface into a fab statement wall.

Even better, you don’t have to be confined to traditional applications – you can choose to cover all your walls or only one, create a focal niche with wallpaper, paper behind open shelves or even inside cupboards. Use it to create a headboard behind your bed, cover your hearth or even update your fridge. You can even use it on the floor or the ceiling!

Locally, Chaleureux stocks a bold collection of designer wallpapers – perfect for injecting rooms with plenty of pizzazz – no matter where or how you choose to use it.

Here are our top picks for the year:

Beloha Wallpaper Azure

This multi-colour textured vinyl botanical wallpaper is characterised by plenty of bright hues and large, bold motifs.

The product is also extra washable, making it a good option for busy areas. Plus, it can be used on floors.

Kampala Wallpaper Terracotta

Another fab botanical design, Kampala in Terracotta is a multi-colour design depicting a lush plant scene in black, blue, green, orange and red.

The textured vinyl is also washable and can be used on floors.

Versace 5 Virtus Floral Wallpaper

This striking designer wallpaper certainly brings the floral drama with its black background and bright, popping blooms. 

The vinyl wallpaper is a great option for papering niches or alcoves for high drama or to create a focal point – think behind a bed or around the fireplace.

Versace 5 Virtus Medallion Wallpaper

Also by Versace, this maximalist design is what the trend is all about. It is bold, colourful and certainly eye-catching.

The vinyl wallpaper features a stylised traditional floral motif along with the house’s iconic medallions.

Versace Barocco Black & Gold Wallpaper

Another fabulous maximalist design is this one, also by Versace. The dramatic geometric pattern is perfect for creating a high-impact design and would be great applied to the ceiling for overhead interest.


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