Matthew Williamson Just Dropped A Hot New Collection

Maximalists, this one's for you...

London-based fashion designer Matthew Williamson has unveiled Daydreams;a striking new collection of wallpapers for Osborne & Little.

Known for his glamorous clothing lines, the designer has clearly mastered the art of bold prints and bright colours, as the wallpapers feature exotic, dramatic and daring pattern.

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The Tiger Grove wallpaper is designed for the young and the young at heart, with childlike impressions of a jungle that come to life with roaming tigers, parrots, and monkeys set against a dense and lush backdrop of palm and orange trees.

Tropical flora and fauna have long been a key inspirational source for the Matthew Williamson brand. Ventura is the latest incarnation of a playful and whimsical oasis. Painted parrots perch on palms with exotic fruits, berries and passion flowers in a classic repeat.

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Leopards roam across the Cheateau pattern, which features hand-drawn scrolls, plaster and aged stonework. The decadent design was inspired by the faded grandeur of stately homes and gardens, with stonework urns brimming with summer blooms.

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A large-scale wrap-around inky blue night-time sky was imagined for the dreamy Celestial scheme. A bold and dramatic skyscape dotted with hand-drawn golden stars to transport you to a magical and theatrical place. The rich, saturated blue hue is embellished with pops of glittering metallics.

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While Deya Meadow is a new colourway of a Matthew Williamson favourite. Butterflies float into an early morning sky from a grassy wildflower meadow.

The range of patterns celebrates Williamson’s love of the exotic, tropical and mythical. ‘This collection of digitally printed wallpapers was inspired by childlike daydreams and reminiscing over a Californian road trip,’ explains Matthew Williamson.

Available from Osborne and Little