Decor

Fabric and Wallpaper
Dusty pink takes centre stage in a new collection from Rebel Walls
The Daydreamer range of wall murals finds inspiration in dreamy clouds, hexagons and gems – all wrapped up in seductive pink
Get your spring on: 5 floral wallpapers from our Pinterest boards
From moody botanicals to oversized blooms, update your interiors for spring with our favourite floral wallpapers
into the orient
Bring the character of distant lands into your home with four sumptuous wallpapers inspired by the East
wallcover trends that wow
Local wallpaper maverick Robin Sprong reveals what’s next for your walls
5 wallpapers that wow from our Pinterest boards
When the urge to redecorate overpowers, turn to statement wallpapers to give your home a quick but striking update
As we turn more of our attention indoors during the cold winter months, it becomes increasingly difficult to resist the urge to redecorate. Rather than breaking the bank on a full-on renovation, update your space with a statement wallpaper instead – it’s far easier on the pocket and will provide the wow factor you’
Harlequin’s new range of wallpapers is a visual feast
Inspired by Impressionist paintings, high tea and haute couture
Eley Kishimoto collaborates with Kirkby Design
'The patron saint of print' joins forces with the influential British interiors brand to explore their shared passion for pattern
Frank Lloyd Wright’s vintage patterns get a revival
Modernist decor company Schumacher has updated some of the architect's geometric patterns
inner-city rooftop gardens inspire Skinny laMinx’s new collection
The shapes, colours and textures of a spiky rooftop garden informed this fabric range
discover st leger & viney’s new patagonia collection
Inspired by Argentina, the rich textures and earthy tones of this range will add warmth to any space
Formoza in Graphite Drawing from traditional Argentinian gaucho ponchos and ancient Mapuche symbols, St Leger & Viney’s new Patagonia collection is a fusion of influences, containing motifs that reflect the Spanish influence over the region. The strong presence of terracotta makes the fabrics right on trend, while reflecting the relaxed, natural aesthetic we’re seeing in many interiors this year. Rich in texture and earthy tones, this range is reminiscent of Chile (La Tierra del Fuego, meaning Land of Fire) and will inject your space with warmth as the cooler weather hits. Visit stleger.co.za for mo
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