Multiple choices: New Wave Collective by Graham & Brown

Global wallpaper design company Graham & Brown launched a new wallpaper collection called The New Wave Collective. The British wallpaper company joined forces with some British surface pattern talent to produce a range of 16 new wallpaper designs.

The new wallpapers include: Alien Crowd, a multi-color wallpaper ideal for kids rooms, offices, playrooms and the downstairs lavatory; Coffee Bean, which has a coffee stripe design; Coffee Stripe, which has a simple linear design and an intricate design infill used from natural textures to create a modern look; Fossil Leaf, including a fossil leaf design; Foxglove, with a palette of lilac and lemon; and Honeycomb, which has a naturally repeating design, and comes in bright yellow.

Other designs include: Linear, which has a screen printed design; Lizzie’s Doodle, including graphic black and white design; Paradisi I, which has a metallic gold pad which adds depth and a shimmering backdrop for the birds and animal printed plants that make up this design; and Paradisi II, which has a metallic gold pad which adds depth and a shimmering backdrop of animal print foliage.

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The Graham & Brown wallpaper company was started by two British friends, Harold Graham and Henry Brown, in 1946, after World War II. Today, the company has expanded into the US, France, Holland, Russia, Canada and China.

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