Dip Dye Your Home!


After this summer I thought I was sort of over the dip dye craze – the trend in my books was being hung out to dry with the owls, deers and moustaches; until I came across this pretty stunning wallpaper from Designers Guild. The Autumn 2012 Saraille Collection includes perfectly ombréd wallpapers in poster-paint hues of cobalt, crocus, acacia and aqua.  Making for a stunning backdrop to any indoor space.  Subtle, yet bold this collection is beautiful and possibly one of my favorite wallpapers ever. See more beautiful images below.









Check them out at Rockett St. George here.  Update! And if you're in the Vancouver area and online Cross Design is also carrying it!  Eep!

Jan Halvarson

13 comments:

Jen @ Cuddles and Chaos said...

OMG this is awesome! Especially with all of the cool architectural details in the rooms. LOVE this!

MALIMA UNIKATE said...

Da schließe ich mich dir an. Das sind echt tolle Farben und ein tolles Design.

LG Manja

Ella said...

Gorgeous and it makes me happy! :D
Thanks for sharing~

keiko suzuki said...

They are really beautiful wall papers. And the interior designs are gorgeous yet looks cozy.

Kendra said...

OoOh! How neat! I really think I like this idea. It's unique for a wall, and I love that it's two toned, and you still have a lovely bold color, but the white keeps a color from overwhelming a room. Perhaps this would've been a good thing to try before I painted my entire room bright pink! Lol. Talk about overwhelming. :)

Thanks for sharing. I love the beautiful blue hues. Blue is such a relaxing color in a room. I remember the good old days (*BEFORE* I went pink) when mine was dolphin/beach themed with blue and white decor. Ahhh...

Great post. I loved it.

matimuk said...

I love the color gradient on the curtains..on the wall it´s a bit to much for me..but nevertheless it look fantastic..

Jo said...

i love the gradient on the walls ... omg, gorgeous!

jeden tag sommer said...

I love the new Collection by Tricia Guild. Last Year i was in London and visit the Showroom and her own House. It was great.

Juli

Stephanie @ henry happened said...

that is stunning! I love the idea of a dip dye wall or room, it adds so much elegance and flair!

Ashley said...

I know this is very late as this is an older blog post, but does anyone know where the floral curtains in the picture with the purple ombre wall are from?

Jan Halvarson said...

Hi Ashley,

Those are most likely Designers Guild also - as they do make fabrics as well.

Terpsichore Barnett said...

Please, I am dying to know something about the origins of the gorgeous blue, gree, gold and wood trimmed (small fireplace? Room Heater?) absolutely unique figuratively painted (?) piece in the room with the green dip-dyed wallpaper, futon bed, white chair, tiny white light, large old window, etc. Thanks very much!

Jan Halvarson said...

Terpischore Barnett - you'll have to contact Designers Guild - this is their product pics. http://www.designersguild.com/

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