Lately, I’ve been really drawn to the patterns from our Graham & Brown Ambrose wallpaper book. A mix of contemporary, organic flowers mixed with vibrant geometrics and stripes. With such an array of colours and styles, it would be hard not to find a pattern out of this book that would work in any space!
A cherry blossom pattern in various shades of charcoal grays softened with a cream background with bits of gold and silver irridescent sheens.
To pull the look together, I would suggest painting the remaining walls in Benjamin Moore’s CSP-335, French Macaroon, which mimics the backing of the paper. Since French Macaroon has a slight orange undertone, which happens to be the trending colour at the moment, adding CSP-1140 Egyptian Clay will set the tone and be well balanced by an accent colour such as CSP-625 Deep Secret.