Andrew Martin Wallpaper

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Latest Collections: Scholar   Holly Frean
Andrew Martin wallpapers draw inspiration from around the world, creating connections to other cultures, another time and place, encouraging an emotional as well as an aesthetic response. All of the brand's range of papers feature contemporary designs with a timeless charm and drawing inspiration from afar, the result is a novel collection of wallpapers with an unmistakably unique Andrew Martin style. These are wallcoverings that use the very latest techniques to combine almost photographic images of archived items on to wallcoverings, thus creating a 3-dimensional quality to walls, and in turn creating a statement or feature wall. There is no doubt that if you explore these collections, from the first Navigator collection to the latest Attic collection, and everything in between, you will find a mix of stylish, quirky and statement wallpaper designs each of which is sure to be a real talking point.
 
In 2017 the Eclipse wallpaper range was launched a compact textured grasscloth wallcoverings that may complement almost any interior style from tropical to rustic, traditional to contemporary, so worth exploring. Since then other collections have followed like Hacienda and his collaboration with British artist, Holly Frean, which saw five animal-inspired designs which can only bring mischief and a bit of cheek in monkey see monkey do fashion to any wall left standing. Another successful recent collaboration was between the Andrew Martin brand and another luminary of the interior design world, Kit Kemp, and with it the Andrew Martin Kit Kemp wallpaper range was born with five wallpaper designs that depict scenes of mythical lands in dusky colours accented with contemporary bursts of bright orange, blue, yellow and green.
 
The full range of Andrew Martin wallcoverings are available online to buy with samples as well.

These can be used at home when tucked away in offices or studies, or blazoned on the walls of a hallway or lounge, creating interesting bold statement walls.