Absolutely yes, and to be honest, not completely!

Wallpaper has had a bad rap in recent years—many thought it as just being the stuff your gran used to have in the lounge.

It’s come a long way since then.

Homeowners shown contemporary wallpaper collections are often pleasantly surprised and impressed.

There’s hundreds of new designs on the market, and some old classics that are still going strong.

Today’s designers often reference the past, and re-style patterns that were popular at various times.

Motifs like flowers have been updated and re-scaled; retro patterns return but with a very current character.



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