Internationally renowned Hemingway Design has just released an exclusive wallpaper collection that was designed as part of their award winning Vintage Festival. And so, it seems only right that the collection should be named Vintage.
Celebrating great British creativity, the Vintage collection contains four designs representing four different decades: The glittering 1930s, the chic 1950s, the free-flowing 1960s, and the wildly glamorous 1970s.
“When [Hemingway Design] approached us to work on a collection inspired by the Vintage Festival, we were delighted,” said Donna Riley, brand manager at Graham & Brown. “These designs give a nod to the past and wink to the future.”
The glittering 1930s: Deco Diamond – Taking inspiration from the emerald onyx ornaments, enamel kitchenware, and Wayne Hemingway’s own collection of 78 record covers from the 1930s, Deco Diamond vintage wallpaper brings a contemporary flare to the alarmingly true color palette of the 1930s.
The chic 1950s: Grid – This fun and funky retro print was inspired by the classic British caff table tops of the 1950s. Perfect for fans of mid-century modern design, Hemingway’s Grid brings a perfect feel of the 50s into modern designer wallpaper.
The free-flowing 1960s: Loopylines – Celebrating the modernist movement of the swinging 60s, Loopylines lends a free flowing and fancy free feeling to any room.
The wildly glamorous 1970s: Do the Stretch – Embracing the earthy color palette of the 1970s and showcasing the graphic design style that harks back to the glam rock and science fiction mania that was so omnipresent in the 70s, Do the Stretch encapsulates volumes of the decade’s intricacies in a simple and graceful design.
Celebrate vintage British creativity with a modern twist. Browse through Hemingway Design’s newest collection of wallpaper.