The beauty of these wallcoverings is that they’re paintable, of course, so whichever design you choose (and there’s over 100), you can still add your own twist to your space. They add texture and personality to a room without becoming too overwhelming, and as a result makes a bland space feel instantly warmer and more inviting – so they work really well in new-build properties that lack a little character. Oh, and it hides any imperfections on walls.
The brand has recently relaunched designs from its archive, with original motifs from the Victorian era, to the Art Deco designs of the 1920s right up to the 1970s.
Given a lick of paint, you’d be surprised how contemporary Anaglypta looks. The designs above are Egon painted in Striking Cyan, Derby (painted in a metallic paint) and Deco Paradiso in Breton Blue. Maybe Granny was onto something…