Posted on August 24 2017
This year, Pantone's colour of the year is radiant orchid, a bold shade of purple perfect for creating a powerful statement. We've selected some of our favourite purple damask wallpapers that will evoke both a sense of tradition and contemporary design with their updated patterns and on trend colours. Purple damask wallcoverings are a great and easy way to add a vivid designer look to your interiors.
Plush is a rich deep purple tone damask wallpaper with smaller tone on tone damask details overlaid within the large damask patterning. With a metallic shimmer in silver tones it will have a glamorous and trendy look in your interiors. It is great for a feature wall in a bedroom to give it a very regal aura.
For a slight variation, Attractive is a bold royal purple damask wallpaper with a light gold damask pattern overlaid with a smaller tone on tone damask. Its contrasting hues make this damask stand out as a prominent feature in any interior.
Lilac Damask brings a much softer greyer shade of purple to your interiors. The large scale winding damask pattern has a highly glamorous feel in soft pastel hues for a calming effect. Its subtle metallic detailing will give you just the right amount of shine to add a high class luxury aesthetic.
Lilac Swirled is great if you're looking for a smaller damask pattern that is not too bold or overwhelming. This damask is soft and light with rich details that provide just enough texture and shine to fashion a glamorous space.
Miss Passion Lavender, Purple Damask Wallpaper R1461
Miss Passion is a more muted purple with a grey undertone making it almost a neutral colour that can suit any space. If you love purple but are afraid to add it to your walls, this can be the perfect middle ground that is very contemporary with the grey tones.
Emerge is a highly metallic contemporary damask tone on tone pattern that is great for reflecting light and brightening up a space with vibrant tones. It has the same glamorous and luxurious feel as a more traditional damask pattern while straying away from some of the more prominent large scale damask forms.