My current wallpaper picks

In the LHM store we have a gorgeous new wallpaper range by Spanish brand Coordonne. If you saw the post on our recent roomset design you’ll have seen we used their Banano paper in the dining room setting. We decided to stock the Anima range in our store as it felt a good fit with their eco credentials and their bold designs tick alot of the boxes we get asked for in current interior design projects. Here are my 5 top picks from the range (that I need to find a spot for at home, watch this space)…



This tropical wallpaper with its subtle leaf print feels calming until you spot the hidden tigers peeking through the leaves…I love it! The yellow and white colourway feels fresh but the yellow and navy is so on trend and eye-catching, either would look amazing in a hallway or guest bedroom.


Room Set 5900023 Chumbera

Does a wallpaper get more on trend than Cacti on a grid? This paper is a fun take on the current cactus obsession available in 3 colourways, it looks particularly striking with the black background. This would look great in a bathroom or cloakroom (I’m toying between this and the Cheetahs paper below for our bathroom update).



Sticking with the botanical trend this banana palm leaf print is beautiful and versatile enough to go in most rooms. You’ll recognise it from our roomset design at the Ideal Home Show last month. This print looks fab with dark walls to add to the drama or go wild in a downstairs cloakroom and paper the whole room adding some plants and gold accessories to create some tropical luxe. Available in black or green colourways.



This minimal paper adds an industrial edge to a room, the geometric angles are made even more striking by the colour choices the designer has gone for, hot pink, on trend blush & my particular favourite grey/yellow. This paper looks great as a feature in the bedroom or living room or use it to liven up a home office by using it in there (really considering that for myself).


Room Set 5900045 Cheetahs

The Cheetah is in the running for my bathroom revamp, it would add a real luxe vibe to a more rustic or industrial scheme. I love the regal cheetahs mixed with the almost cartoon cacti and succulents. It’s an edgy, rule braking way to add the botanical trend to your home decor…it’d look seriously striking in a period hallway.


Which would you choose and how would you use it? I love hearing your decorating plans. If you’d like to have a look at the full wallpaper range it’s in our store here.

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Natalie Lockwood Interiors has been showcased at Grand Designs Live and Ideal Home Show as well as being featured in national newspapers and magazines.