There are so many wallpaper options available, I find it a little hard to choose just one and then to stick with that choice.  To make your decision easier, think about your interior style, what room your wallpaper will be in and  the colours of your room, your furnishings and if any artwork will be hung on that wall.  Natty and Polly have a wallpaper calculator to help you determine how many rolls will be required.

Anna Spiro Wallpaper

 Round and Round the Garden by Anna Spiro for Porters Paints

 I absolutely love this wall paper, Round and Round the Garden by Anna Spiro for Porters Paints.  According to Porters Paints this wallpaper was originally inspired by hand-made textiles and European folk embroidery designs. This is a hand drawn floral design, similar in scale to the Rosey Posey Trellis. The large scale floral pattern is reminiscent of walking through formal gardens, aren’t the names gorgeous.  You can find some more how to wallpaper advice from Porters Paints.


Alfred paintable wall paper from Natty and Polly

This white vinyl wall covering is paintable, you can choose any colour, Shown in a modern all over floral geometric design. Bunnings have some excellent advice on wallpapering and the tools you will need for the project.

Hummingbird wallpaper

 Hummingbird by Cole and Son from Natty and Polly

A romantic floral print intricately depicting hummingbirds perched on a foliage of flowers.


Botanical Blue from Natty and Polly

Botanical Blue from Natty Polly has metallic highlights to the floral silhouette this wallaper design is a sophisticated take on the ever popular floral paper trend.


Lorca’s “Louisiane” collection from Porters Paints

Lorca’s “Louisiane” collection from Porters Paints has beautiful, lively patterns from Lorcas’s Paris studio, coloured in their characteristic fresh palette of fuschia, lavender, lime and shades of blue.

Bird wallpaper

Pretty Paradise from Natty and Polly

Pretty Paradise in blue and white is a very subtle toile trellis design with cute flamboyant birds perched around.  I would love to see what wallpaper you have chosen and why, and how you made your decision.