Layla Faye Crossed Lines Ruby Red WallpaperMini Moderns are a British Brand with innovation on their mind but with feet fixed in design history, knowledge and tradition, utilising British manufactures to produce their iconic designs of wallpapers, fabrics, paints, cushions and ceramics. Mini Moderns create bold and interesting patterns that are retro inspired and have a colourful presence to add serious impact to any cool modern interior.
Layla Faye Crossed Lines Ruby Red Wallpaper
When I first saw the Layla Faye Crossed Lines Ruby Red Wallpaper pattern it reminded me of a tally chart but don’t worry you wont be counting down the days to peel of this wallpaper. This mid century style is a instant classic and the colour pallet is cool and contemporary.
The Layla Faye Crossed Lines Ruby Red Wallpaper is a versatile retro inspired wallpaper that would look good in any room of the house adding a contemporary twist to even the most mundane of interiors.
Layla Faye showcases a fresh, vibrant interior range of wallpapers, fabrics, cushions, lampshades and ceramics. The Layla Faye brand offers applied pattern design in striking colours and off-beat prints. Their ethos is to deliver designs that have a playful, 1960’s liberated spirit with intricate, delicate detail. A touch of bohemian femininity juxtaposed with bold bright prints offers a refreshing twist on modern design.
Founder and Designer Verity Wilkinson established Layla Faye with creativity and individuality in mind. Inspiration for the eclectic collection comes from nostalgic childhood memories, countryside walks through wild flowers, seaside holidays to St. Ives, global travel and a love of sixties design and music.
Layla Faye’s company philosophy is to have as little negative impact on the environment as possible. They also take the utmost care in sourcing their products, materials and manufacturers. The majority of Layla Faye’s products are manufactured in the UK which helps to keep their carbon footprint down. Their complete wallpaper range is PEFC certified, which means it is derived entirely from sustainable forests.