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TME's TOP PICKS: Children's Wallpaper

In the midst of feeling like a waddling, tired balloon in the last trimester of pregnancy, one ray of sunshine was the excitement of decorating the nursery, call it the nesting syndrome or something like that. We’re big wallpaper fans here at TME so we felt it was our duty to flag some of the gorgeous children's wallpaper brands that we found during our own nursery renovations. Hopefully it will inspire some ideas in your own designing!

 

1. HIBOU HOME

This brand nails the cool children’s wallpaper genre. From more classic star and raindrop designs to Scandi forest scenes, treasure maps and tipi themes, there's enough choice at Hibou Home whatever your style. The ‘into the wild’’ (see above) and ‘portraits’ wallpaper (below) are two of TME’s faves.

 

2. FERM LIVING

The sought after Scandi brand offers a great selection of nursery chic wallpaper. Expect a lot of monochrome prints as well as geometric coolness. The harlequin design in mint and rose is a classic nursery style, while their tipi design (see below) and rabbit/mountain wallpapers are some of TME's faves. 

 

3. SCION

You'll find scion in John Lewis or any of the big online wallpaper websites. A more affordable option, the brand offers beautiful but fun designs, perfect for babies through to older kids, including a gorgeous ‘April showers’ print and ‘fox’ style.

 

4. COLE AND SON

Not necessarily the wallpaper brand you would immediately think of when it comes to children’s decor but Cole and Son has got a lovely range that just look perfect in a nursery! Think dreamy, fluffy clouds or fun flamingos (see below). 

 

 

5. MAJVILLAN

This Scandi brand is a recent discovery for us at team TME and we just can't get enough of it! Majvillan's designs are so whimsical and lovely that they will hopefully provide the perfect setting to get your little one quickly off to dreamland (fingers crossed!) Take a look through their range but a couple of our faves are their koala design called 'bambu' (see below) and the underwater-themed 'the big blue'.

 

 



 

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