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A trellis with a diamond stud as the central motif. Shown here in mica/ivory - more colours are available. Please request a sample for true colour match. Actual pattern repeat is 20cm.
An eclectic mix of designs and patterns, all with the Nina Campbell touch - florals with rich colours, set on both light and dark bases; pretty geometrics and lovely fabric effects, to create that perfect, subtle designer interior look.
Inspired by the travels of her Victorian ancestor, this collection brings together an array of design ideas: miniature landscapes, faux marble effects, glamorous starbursts, a cute monkey toile and a classic Nina leaf trail. All in a palette of subtle colours and metallic detailing.
This elegant and inspiring new collection from Nina Campbell is the perfect Oriental style for your home. The collection name has the literary name for Imperial China, and these wallpapers are suited for both classical and contemporary interiors. Designs range from oriental trellises and grand damasks to painterly effect paisley motifs. These designs are perfect for adding a touch of Oriental style to your home.
Inspired by the romantic landscapes of the Highlands of Scotland, this collections brings together designs both small and large in scale, subtle and extravagant in colour and texture. From the delicate, painterly detail of Lockwood,to the sophisticated Mey Fern and the flamboyant Rosslyn design a delightful range of designs.
Nina Campbell has been inspired by celebrations and picnics set against the romantic backdrop of loch-side castles and houses in Scotland for this collection of sophisticated wallpapers. The Braemar collection includes a selection of stripes, which can co-ordinate with the damasks, motifs and stylised leaves or be used in their own right.
Inspired by the rich heritage of English stately homes and gardens this pretty collection of florals and misty leaf patterns is named after Woodsford Castle in Dorset. Designs have a hand painted effect and are shown in a beautiful pallet of colours for the Autumn.
The Autumn 2011 collection called Montacute by Nina Campbell. Nina Campbell takes inspiration from the quiet grandeur of the great houses and gardens of England and Scotland for this collection of wallpapers. The collection is named after MONTACUTE HOUSE, a glittering Renaissance mansion in Somerset. including beautiful designs with metallic and glitter effects in a hand painted style.
A new collection of wallpapers inspired by Dante and Renaissance Florence. In Nina Campbell's signature palette of cream, soft pink, duck egg and dark charcoal black. The collection includes the stunning Paradiso design with its elegant bird of paradise, drawn with a hand painted effect; Campaldino, a tooled leather effect and the beautiful rose motif Rosa Alba.
The new Autumn 2009 collection from Nina Campbell combines romantic and elegant wallpapers with a touch of wit as usual from this designer.
Designs include: Swan Lake, a beautiful lake scene of swans, with a hint of 1950's retro about it; Orchard Blossom, a stunning life-like floral design (shown in image).
The collection also includes some delightful, subtle leaf designs and a new contemporary colouring for the Bagatelle Spot animal skin print, which includes a hot pink version.
The spring collection of elegant wallpapers from Nina Campbell inspired by the style and finesse of Italian craftsmen.
The collection includes some large scale designs: a bold metallic horizontal stripe, a violin inspired filigree and a paisley. Together with a smaller scale trellis and an elegant floral trail set on metal leaf-like squares (shown in image) and finally but not least a pretty, all over butterfly design.
A mix of designs brought together by their attention to detail, subtle colour mixes and metallic effects.
The designs in Nina Campbell’s collection of elegant wallpapers have all been given appropriate London place names, which help evoke the cosmopolitan nature of England’s capital city. The title design, Birdcage Walk, is a combination of songbirds and gilt cages set on trailing branches named after the famous approach to Buckingham Palace. ‘Birdcage’ refers to the time when Charles II kept an aviary of exotic birds at this location. This collection also includes some beautiful modern flock designs: Manaus a large scale climbing palm leaf and the sumptuous Fleur de Lys Court, a modern take on the traditional emblem.
Inspired by the elegance of Paris with a hint of whimsy this lovely collection includes some traditional and some very different papers.
From the pretty parrots and roses of Perroquet and the colourful fish in Aquarium (shown below) to the delicate elegant golden trees of Cypres. The grand scrolls of Balustrade or the flamboyant foliage of Chardon. And of course the witty 1940’s toile de Jouy, Promenade and the unusual paisley striped velvet flocked Portails. This collection mixes inspiration from Paris and embroidery, together with metallics and a palette of strong colours for a combination with something for every taste.