The “Royal Wedding” is all over now. While the media was covered with stories and pictures leading up to and following the event there is not a peep now. London however is always a popular place to visit so this is the inspiration for another in the Studio 465 range.
There is even an official royal wedding website (no longer available) for Princes William & Catherine Middleton. In the official Royal Wedding photographs taken at Buckingham Palace by Hugo Burnand there is a bright red wallpaper that befits a Palace. Not all Studio 465 London wallpapers are conservative like the Buckingham Palace Wallpaper.
Above is a London city line / Union Jack Mural and wallpaper based on the London tube map. Definitely not classic in design. Or the even when the designers go for a classic damask look the colours are up to date, silver and muted purple. Or take a classic icon, the chandelier and make a wallpaper design.
Or what about a cameo tied together with punk chains and a matching stripe made of chains and drops. Or a lighter view with a trendy heart and scroll mural with matching side wall.
For a more edgy London look there is the rock band influence.
Studio 465 London designs come in a number of colourways. The use of repeating theme items in varying tones on different papers help build up a London story. For example, the Tube Map featured earlier with street and tube signs showing next.
The Studio 465 London is washable and strippable. The manufacturer has used environmentally friendly water based inks printed on renewable resource paper substrate, (the back of the wallpaper).
Here are a few more London looks:
So London was the place to be for the Royal Wedding. Now life moves on and back to reality for most of us. If you want a piece of London here in Australia have a look at the Studio 465 London series of designer wallpapers.
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