An authentic way to bring the outdoorsy vibe indoors? Get plants. However, this does come with a little bit of mess and maintenance. Here's something simpler: forest wallpaper. We check out how these designs from Feathr — a Scandinavian brand that does wallpapers, fabrics and more — will work in a home setting.
Create a Scandinavian bedroom with this Nordic forest wall mural. This vintage forest wall mural design — called Oslo Smoke — brings hygge into your bedroom. It also brings depth to any space thanks to the autumnal design fading into the background. Pair it with calming off-whites and greys on the remaining walls and woodwork.
Too much white can be a bad thing. Lift a crisp white bedroom with an abstract wall mural. Morning Dew Day abstract forest wallpaper mural gives you a striking backdrop without having to resort to strong colours. The introduction of colour into the bedroom means you can also use pure and soft white bedding and chunky pillows to add to the softness of the look.
Using whites and creams alone can make a bedroom feel washed out. Adding a forest wall mural provides the ‘pop’ you’re looking for to create that perfect finishing touch. Try Carpathia Vintage; it depicts the early morning mist settling in between the trees, and gives you both height and depth. When it is hung behind the head of the bed, your eye is drawn to the most important piece of furniture in the room.
A small space should be big on design. It calls for something more striking – a forest wallpaper with a modern and abstract appearance. Filled with browns and various tones of green, the Raindrops Vintage Green provides the ideal choice for an entryway or hall. Marry the wallpaper with wooden furniture.
Darker tones work well in larger spaces. An eastern look is appealing in many scenarios, and if that is the look you wish to create, and the Sakura in Bloom Green cherry blossom wall mural is a reliable way to achieve it. Plain floors work best to complement it, although you may wish to add a rug or other floor mat in a natural shade or material to help soften the overall look of the room.
When paired with rustic real wood floors, the In the Glade misty forest wall mural can provide a warmth and richness that is impossible to create any other way. The remaining walls of the room can be painted in neutral shades, picking out some of the shades within the mural itself. Complete the look with the occasional modern piece too, like this white table.
It’s possible to get the forest wallpaper look without resorting to all the greens and browns that often come with it. You can get the best of both worlds with this romantic toile de jouy wallpaper mural called Swan Rose. Off-white paintwork reduces the harshness of those finishing touches.
Match a classic painted forest wall mural to a shabby chic interior. Turn an entire wall into a painting with this Pastoral Sunset wall mural design, originally painted by Alexandre Calame. The styling can be done either with modern pieces designed to replicate the look or with second-hand pieces given a new lease of life.
Have a few statement pieces in copper? Selecting the right wallpaper to complement those coppery tones can be a challenge. Fortunately, The Palm Grove ticks all the boxes. The wallpaper is divided into sections, each separated by a patinated bronzed border. Richness is even easier to add, with a lush velvet sofa and contrasting velvet cushions.
Mix a moody jungle tree wall mural, such as the Lost in Goa Grey, with dark greys and classic panelling. This look is perfect if you want to base your interior decor around dark greys. A mid-grey sofa is beautifully finished with dark grey cushions and lighter grey throws. The mix of greys provides more depth overall and brings out every element hidden in the wallpaper.