During the European Renaissance, nobility decorated their homes with tapestries while aristocrats saw the birth of wallpaper. Centuries & many styles later, wall coverings have evolved, but wallpapers have survived into the 21st century. In a world where there always seems to be something better, there actually is when it comes to home renovations.
Today, interior decorating no longer needs to just be a coat of fresh paint. For an expression of good taste, there’s the decadence of trompe-l’oeils. Dress a room with a faux library via British brand Mineheart. Want a touch of rustic? There’s their white planks wallpaper. French designer Christophe Koziel believes a door should be transformed into another place, another world. From a castle corridor to Montmartre’s stairs, Koziel wallpapers are exquisite. Realistic. Who said that staring at a wall should be for zoning out? Now, there are even more exciting excuses. If walls could talk, these would lure you in. | Giuseppe
pictures courtesy Mineheart, Couture Deco