All photos: Tiff Manuell on Facebook.
Tiff Manuell has long coloured your accessories, and now she can brighten your rooms as well.
The Adelaide-based artist has teamed up with Aussie wallpaper company Milton and King to make decorative, floral prints.
The designer, best known for clutches and jewellery with her abstract signature style, has created eight distinct wallpaper prints. The designs feature a similar colour palette of pastel pinks, drippy aquas, and various yellows.
The dreamy imagery titles exemplify their vibrant yet somewhat muted tones. “Path less travelled” is an array of subdued pastel paint streaks, “Daphne” is light and airy florals, “Acacia” is more vibrant and tropical florals, “cross roads” is an array of vibrant zig zagging lines, “between the lines” is delicately coloured abstract shapes, “blue moon” is similar to between the lines but with lighter hues, “garden state” is bright florals, and “blossom” is yellow, orange, and pink flowers set over a powder blue base.
Manuell is excited to share her new project with customers.
“It has been a total joy seeing these come to life, and I can’t wait to share with you,” she says. “The range focuses on my interpretation of nostalgic florals and of course a few bold abstracts for the colour lovers.”
She is particularly interested to see where people apply her prints, namely “garden state.”
“I can’t wait to see how this one is styled in homes! Imagine it on a ceiling, or in a bedroom… Swoon,” she says.
Company Milton and King thinks the wallpaper will bring a fresh, positive energy to each room.
“It’s common for home decor enthusiasts to refresh their interiors with something that signifies life and optimism,” they say.
“The art of Tiff Manuell is all about the joy of life, and her designs have given a fashionable, inspirational and jubilant vibe.”
The wallpaper designs are available now.