10 Floral Wallpaper Patterns You’ll Love Beyond Spring

Floral prints have been around for centuries and have a rich history in interior design. Used by some of the most influential designers for centuries — from William Morris to Dorthy Draper — floral wallpaper has since become synonymous with luxury and opulence. Whether you’re needing a more traditional look or something with a modern edge, we rounded up a mix of floral wallpapers that will keep your home in bloom all year long. 

Greer Interior Design, Photo​​ by Ryann Ford

'Poppies' from Rouse Phillips

Vibrant poppies intertwine, their stalks dancing with each other throughout the design, creating movement that simulates a field of poppies. Available in three colorways and also as a fabric. 

Maresca Textiles​​

'Harwick Botanical' from Maresca Textiles

A melange of large scale floral drawings sits atop a painterly ground in our Harwick Botanical fabric. Initial inspiration came from old world tapestries found draping beds in great British castles. Maresca's version employs a more modern take with the use of linework and botanical imagery. Available in both fabric and wallpaper, in multiple colorways. Request Memos

Rapture & Wright​​

'Garden Path' from Rapture & Wright

An irregular stripe, inspired by painted porcelain, the origins of which “zig-zagged” across the globe from 14th Century China to Holland via the Middle East and Spain. This pattern comes in 6 colorways but is also available in bespoke colors, and as a fabric. Request Memos

Liberty London​​

'Poppy Meadowfield' from Liberty London

Poppy Meadowfield is a reworking of a much-loved archival print from 1910. Redrawn and rebalanced as a contemporary wallpaper design, the fine outlines and plains of solid color mark this as an instantly recognizable Liberty floral. Design details are captured using a rotary printing technique, softly emulating the screen-printed look of the original. Different opacities of ink are layered to create richly coloured and textured effects in matte and lustered hues. Request Memos

'Matchstick Banksia' from Utopia Goods

The Matchstick Banksia is a unique plant, endemic to the Avon River Basin, named for its distinctive bright pink, cream and yellow flowers tipped in green. It is estimated that there are as few as 500 plants left in the wild. The Matchstick Banksia is one of the 30 plants that the Australian Government has prioritized under the Threatened Species Strategy. Request Memos

'Wild Daisy' from Studio Atkinson

The Wild Daisy is part of our Wild Meadow Collection and was designed in collaboration with Ellen Merchant. The bold pattern comes in three colourways – biscuit, blue and pink. Always championing British makers and authentic craft technique, the wallpaper collection is printed using traditional surface printing in the UK, which is a technique that essentially replicates hand block printing, and it was first developed in the north of England in the 1830s. This unique method creates a raised/textured finish on the paper, emulating the beloved British block print.
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'Lancaster' Grasscloth from August Abode

A contemporary floral wallpaper inspired by the statement-making hue that frequently graced the walls of Victorian drawing rooms. A vibrant green backdrop that dances between seafoam and sage, patterned with a cornflower blue motif, washed over a textured sisal grasscloth ground. Request Memos

'Dahling' from The Vale London

Covered with a blanket of decadent dahlias and peonies, Dahling is our modern take on heritage botanical wallpapers. Inspired by Man Ray ‘rayograph’ photograms, each flower is taken from an original illustration of the fabulous Chelsea Flower Show blooms, drawn by our own artist, Melinda Marquardt. Printed on non-textured linen wallpaper, this design will last longer than any bouquet, decorating any home for years to come. Request Memos

'Cottage Garden' from Flora Roberts

Part of the Hamilton Weston Collection Cottage Garden is inspired by a familiar allotment of garden delights. A happy place with Sunflowers and Dahlia growing, stray wild Foxgloves and Nasturtiums in flower. There is organized and random planting, creating a wonderful botanical tapestry. Request Memos

'Maeve' Paperweave from Serena Dugan

Inspired by the simplified florals seen in French Art Deco, Maeve is elegant and unfussy. Printed on a beautiful paperweave for texture and hand with a modern twist. Comes in three beautiful colorways. Request Memos

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