The Martyn Lawrence-Bullard collection is an eclectic array of opulent, contemporary wallpaper designs celebrating the diverse skill and unique craftsmanship of cultures around the globe. Created in collaboration with flamboyant interior designer, Martyn Lawrence Bullard, influences from both Eastern and Western cultures merge in this worldly collection which is decadent in detail and elegant in colour.
Hailing from the United Kingdom but now calling Los Angeles his home, Martyn’s signature layered aesthetic creates interiors with the warmth and depth of a well-travelled soul. Having collected pieces from around the world since his boyhood days working on his father’s antiques stall, Martyn has a deep respect for traditional craftsmanship, which is eloquently reflected in the intricate, hand-rendered designs of the collection.
The range showcases the breadth of Martyn’s portfolio with beautifully intricate motifs of lanterns, tiles and arches in burnished tones of Gilver, Pewter and Soft Gold as well as contemporary Hollywood- inspired palm and traditional English botanical prints in striking palettes of Leaf Green, Blush Pink and Print Room Blue.A lover of all things decorative and highly patterned, Martyn worked together with the Cole and Son studio to create a sophisticated assortment of designs which aims to inspire the individual to create their own unique and distinctive interior look.
Our favourites are Royal Fernery, Inspired by the Majorelle Gardens in Marrakesh...
Hollywood Palm, an instant classic born out of both common Cole and Son motifs and deco Palm Springs design...
And we absolutely love the incredible Bahia Doorway Panel !
Bahia, meaning ‘brilliance’, derives its name from the beautiful Bahia Palace and surrounding gardens in Marrakesh. This decorative doorway panel’s design draws inspiration from both the palace and the Durbar Room of Osborne House, the palatial holiday house of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Its elegantly detailed Jali fretwork, elaborate, lace-like masonry and decorative motifs in Gold and Stone have been painstakingly drawn and painted by hand in order to re ect the highly-skilled craftsmanship of its inspirations. Embodying all the intricate design elements of the collection, Bahia can be used as a stand-alone panel, run side-by-side as a continuous design, or with the complementary Jali Trellis, which has been designed as a coordinate to the deco.
Surely everyone needs this in their home? I'm convincing Mister Smith of this.