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drinkswineoutofamug Sun 02-Apr-17 21:07:37

I'm after some new paper , my walls are shite but all I can find is paper with mosaics, saucepans, coffee cups or a shocking 1980's design. I'm totally stuck .

thenewaveragebear1983 Tue 04-Apr-17 21:24:52

I love the orla keily style prints and think they are lovely in kitchens. What colour are your units?

drinkswineoutofamug Wed 05-Apr-17 12:11:52

White with a beech worktop. I've got white tiles with a stone / slate trim

JT05 Wed 05-Apr-17 12:31:31

Depends on the style you're aiming for. There are quite a few industrial look wallpapers imitating stone, reclaimed wood etc. Or there are more delicate line drawing floral styles. I'd stick to something with a couple of colours to avoid the fussy look.
Browse JL and B&Q web pages.

drinkswineoutofamug Wed 05-Apr-17 16:08:57

I want to follow the flow of my dinning room which is a pale coffee colour . There is a glass panel between the 2 rooms. I've looked at B&Q and nothing has taken my fancy.

thenewaveragebear1983 Wed 05-Apr-17 16:21:34

Are you going to wallpaper everywhere, or just one wall? Do you particularly want a 'kitchen' paper or would anything do? I suppose that depends on how near to the sink/cooker etc you are papering as I guess you'd want a wipeable finish.

LightastheBreeze Wed 05-Apr-17 16:36:32

Don't put wallpaper too near to where the cooker is especially if it is a gas hob, as it is a fire risk. We were going to get a new freestanding gas cooker and saw that no-one would install it if there was wallpaper anywhere near it. I'm not sure about electric compliance.

8misskitty8 Wed 05-Apr-17 16:58:15

Have you looked at bathroom wallpaper ? It has similar properties to kitchen wallpaper. As in doesn't peel as much as other paper with condensation.

Have you thought about putting thick lining paper up and painting that ?

JT05 Wed 05-Apr-17 17:20:13

Graham and Brown have a twiggy pattern called Innocence, in a mushroom. They also have some geometric patterns which might fit the bill.

drinkswineoutofamug Wed 05-Apr-17 19:26:21

I've got left over paper from the dinning room that I was thinking about putting round the door. It's washable then possibly painting the rest. If I can figure out how to load a photo off my phone I will show

Brumbrumbrrrr Wed 05-Apr-17 21:34:05

What about brick wallpaper you can get lots of different styles

drinkswineoutofamug Thu 06-Apr-17 15:45:12

Don't know if these pictures will load as I'm on my iPhone.
Picture of tiles, wallpaper and paint colour.

drinkswineoutofamug Thu 06-Apr-17 15:46:35

The patterned paper will go around the back door, and the rest of the kitchen painted in that colour.

drinkswineoutofamug Tue 11-Apr-17 09:29:27

Off to B&Q today how can finding wall paper be such a ball ache?

thenewaveragebear1983 Tue 11-Apr-17 10:04:46

I know. I found b&q' bedroom selection very uninspiring, I found mine in dunelm in the end.

drinkswineoutofamug Tue 11-Apr-17 11:21:28

They hadn't updated their website of stock so got there and no paper. Kicked off a bit . Got other wallpaper as I only have today to get it done. Twats

drinkswineoutofamug Thu 20-Apr-17 10:44:29

Sorted. Painting the walls today, hence gap

Zoflorabore Sun 23-Apr-17 02:01:18

This is mine, has made such a difference to the plain cream painted walls

ItsOut Sun 23-Apr-17 10:11:55

The butterfly wallpapered is lovely 👍🏻

Liz79 Sun 30-Apr-17 09:34:36

Where did you get it from? I want!

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