Trend Alert! Farrow & Ball’s Lotus Wallpaper

Ok, I admit that I am mildly obsessed with wallpaper.  Some do crosswords or read a good book to relax and I often find myself perusing wallpaper after a long day!  Farrow & Ball’s Lotus pattern has been around for the past 4-5 years, but is picking up steam as a designer darling.  I continue to see the pattern used in creative ways by top design firms.  Take a look for a few favorites:

Farrow Ball Lotus

I’m not usually a lavender person, but I love this colorway and how it complements this powder room perfectly- it was from a remodel done by This Old House – photo by Anthony Tieuli.  Click here for the article.

Farrow Ball Lotus Wallpaper

It’s elegant in the neutral gold…

Lotus Wallpaper 2

The green colorway looks great with nickel and silver accents.  I especially love seeing it mixed with the Delilah Silver Wall Sconce – available at The Well Appointed House.

Delilah Wall Sconce Silver

Farrow Ball Lotus Blue

The wallpaper is a stunner in this Charleston dining room!  I love it paired with the blue and white porcelain vase (we’ve got a huge blue and white collection in our Decorative Ceramics collection).

Farrow Ball Lotus Black

The black, white and brass powder room from the Zhush comes together perfectly!  Especially paired with the Leotine Linens towels!  I sell the Carvers’ Guild collection at our sister site, The Well Appointed House – it can be done in silver or gold.  Click here or the image below to order:


This entry by Lilly Bunn Interiors exudes simple elegance with the grey Lotus wallpaper:


Farrow Lotus 4

In a neutral hue, the Lotus design looks great with pops of hot pink, too!


It works in a traditional setting with a burlwood chest and gilt mirror, as see in this photo by Lucy Williams Interior Design.

Blue Lotus

We love this Lotus blue pictured here by House & Home, photographed by Michael Graydon.  This pattern works well in so many different color schemes.   Which colorway is your favorite?  Post your comments below!

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