FYI, This Collab Is Bringing Back the Wallpaper Border Trend

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This Collab Brings Back the Wallpaper Border TrendLick


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It's no secret that we're huge fans of any and all design trends. And one of our favorites as of late is the wallpaper border, which is narrower than a traditional panel and meant to define, separate, or accent specific areas within a space. Additionally, a wallpaper border is one of the easiest ways to elevate a room—no matter how small—to new heights.

The only thing is, since wallpaper borders are a niche decoration, they can be hard to find. Luckily, luxury English paint brand Lick launches a new wallpaper borders collection today featuring four elegantly neutral styles designed in collaboration with renowned interior designer Kelly Hoppen.

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Lick

"Kelly is so iconic for her neutral, luxe, and Scandi-inspired styles," Tash Bradley, Lick's Head of Interior Design and Color Psychology Expert, said in a statement. "We partnered with her last year to create a neutral color palette that was crazy popular. Our best-selling colors are typically neutrals, and I think of Kelly as the Queen of Neutrals."

In fact, aside from creating sumptuous palettes in nearly every paint texture imaginable, Lick is equally famous for its impressive partnerships. The London-based brand recently teamed up with Soho Home on a limited collection of punchy hues inspired by the most popular Soho Houses around the world including Nashville, Amsterdam, and Rome.

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Lick

This collaboration, though, is all about quiet neutral tones. "We intentionally designed our wallpaper borders in neutral colors so that they can be tailored to any space or aesthetic," Bradley adds. Available in black and white, the collection is a modern reinterpretation of classic patterns. Our favorite? The Wave 01 design, which was inspired by traditional basket weaving techniques and has the most unique geometric edge.

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Lick

No matter what you choose, you’re bound to add a touch of charisma to your space—whether you place the border just under your crown molding, in the middle of the wall, or even right above the floor. Shop on and happy decorating!

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