My influence for this interior was a nod to Moroccan and Cuban style, so I knew colour was going to play a big part in the overall look. These two styles feature energetic patterns, so I didn’t want to overwhelm the design with too many colours.
The bare wall in the kitchen was the perfect spot to interject pattern and colour and the Schumacher Nastrid Palace wallpaper – sourced from Grant Dorman and installed by Paper Scissors Glue – was just the ticket. This large pop of colour and pattern works as this particular wall is one you would generally walk past rather than a ‘feature wall’ you walk straight towards. There are three different blues and teals in this pattern and they are offset with a striking white which gives the pattern high visual contrast without too many colours cluttering it.