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September 13 2021

Pantone’s colour of the year has been a universal guide of colour to people and companies alike. This year 2 colours – illuminating (sunny yellow) and ultimate grey (light grey) shared the title. To help you keep up with trends and popular styles we have put together some wallpapers that share these colours. With this colour combination you’re guaranteed to make the right choice.


This beautiful look is soft yet stylish and will match any room. A modern and artistic look to liven up your room. With a great balance of this year’s popular colours, it is a statement piece that will invite many compliments.  Fresh, modern and stylish this design will elevate any room, from your home office, bedroom or powder room.

Mustard Monstera Wallpaper

Monstera are popular botanicals, these days you can find them everywhere from cafes, homes to Instagram. This subdued colour palette is great for those who don’t want a bright bold statement wall but a lighter option that can be used as a backdrop or paired with a complimenting colour palette of furniture.

Another botanical option, the mixes of colour in this wallpaper helps it to stand out. The calm yellow creates a soft presence, with the addition of the orange elevating the art. This is great to add to your dining room, living room or office. You can pair this with an orange statement chair or a grey couch to elevate these colour combinations.

If you have been looking for a unique feature wall, this bird-eye map of Sydney is a definite head turner. While subtle, its intricate detail provides a great balance to display on a wall in your home office, lounge or bedroom. With travel continuously getting more popular and the current lockdowns, a map is a great and current hint of travel.

Sunflowers are popularly known to be fresh and bright, fields of sunflowers are a common calming and happy to scene to many. This orange and yellow pairing creates just that for your space. It is a balanced design that is not too bright yet not too calm either. With the right furniture and accessory pairings, this could make for an unforgettable room.