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Looking for wall covering ideas? We say be bold! Colours don’t have to match to make spaces work; the same goes for pattern and prints. It’s a time for pushing boundaries. You’ll be surprised how far you can go.

Flamboyant floral wall art has made a successful comeback. Opt for walls of fresh flora with glimpses of fauna.

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Image source: vtwonen.nl, trendenser.se, flickr.com, apartmenttherapy.com, vtwonen.nl

Add some punch with black and white. A monochromatic palette is timeless with its high contrast and elegance.

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Image source: flickr.com, etsy.com, vtwonen.com, flickr.com, interiordesignipedia.com

Walls become increasingly tangible with prints mimicking soft knits and fabrics, rustic wood, metal panels and aged plaster. Additional dimension is given to walls with a velvety touch, or a contrast of shiny surfaces.

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The clean lines of simple geometric shapes are the perfect fit for a modern design aesthetic. These contemporary patterns in sophisticated colours have been riding the design wave; we suggest you add a pop to any room and cover your walls and floors in geometric crazy.

Compiled by Xandri Rredelinghuys