Go for unique textile styles with designer wallpaper

Tuesday, 19 October 2010 2:38 PM

British interior design team Turner Pocock have joined up with graphic designer Catherine Cazalet to create a striking range of wallpapers featuring wild animals and simple patterns.

The collection features a contemporary colour palette to create fresh, unique designs. This eclectic range is perfectly suited to urban living rooms and is available now from The Wallpaper Collective.

The US-based site brings together artisanal wallpaper designs from around the world and includes interior design advice from experts in the field. Customers can browse through thousands of images and buy online at competitive prices.

The Wallpaper Collective also provides valuable information on wallpaper installation, technical information, up-and-coming designers, and has examples of installed wallpapers.

Turner Pocock was founded in London by interior design duo Bunny Turner and Emma Pocock, and their collaboration with Catherine Cazalet includes cricket bat, tennis racket and ibis bird designs.

Prices start from $160 (£100) per roll and can be purchased online at www.wallpapercollective.com

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