50s wallpaper by sanderson


I’m not normally a big 50s person, but every now and then something inspired by that era will catch my eye and make me want to embrace a look that’s a little bit retro. Sanderson has always produced some of the most beautiful wallpaper designs on the market, but they recently introduced a new collection of 50s-inspired wallpaper that I thought would be fun to share here. I always imagine retro wallpaper working well in a kitchen for some reason, but I think these patterns would be great for a kid’s room, too. Sanderson’s 50s collection has nine styles to choose from, ranging from playful fruit and floral prints to patterns that look like 50s-era mobiles. Click here to check out the full collection online and pick up a roll or two. xo, grace (Thanks to Christocripp for the tip!)

*If you’re looking for more wallpaper patterns, click here to check out my Top 50 Wallpaper Resources.


CLICK HERE for more new wallpaper designs from Sanderson after the jump!




Lustre

too gorgeous!!
its a pity that I’ll be in the US for just a year… Maybe I can take some back home with me?

maison marigold

The one with the fig pattern is so cute…you are right some of these might work better in a kid’s room. xx meenal

Cathy Linard

Most of these wallpaper designs hurt my eyes. I guess my design aesthetic just isn’t hip enough to go this retro. ;)

Amanda

Love it! I don’t really care so much for a 50’s aesthetic either, but these pictures are absolutely inspired.

Susan @ Retro Restyling

Oh my goodness I am TOTALLY drooling over that wallpaper over here. I’m a huge retro fan, sporting the look and all… I must get some of this paper! Thanks for sharing!

Kiti

these wallpapers reminds my grandfather’s photos when they were young…very stylish then and now!;)

Luka

It’s weird that you think you don’t like ’50s designs. I see loads of mid-century pieces and inspiration on this blog. Maybe you just don’t realize how subtly it’s been woven into everything.

Emily

love these! especially the dandelion-ish one.
a little bit off topic – can anyone tell me more about the yellow desk lamp in the first image? i’ve been prowling for the perfect lamp and i think that’s the one…

Lauren

I think I’m in love with this wall paper! And the yellow lamp in the first image. Awesome sauce!

Sara L.

I am also going to chime in to find out more about that lamp. Anyone know? Vintage, reproduction? Anything?

The wallpapers are all kinds of awesome, of course.

janellephoto

i recently put up the sanderson dandelion clocks and i am looking for something to roll onto it for protection and sealing from stains and wear…any suggestions? i havent found a thing on the internet.

grace

hi janelle

do you mean to protect the wallpaper? if the paper isn’t treated i guess you could paint over it with a sealant but that might make it very, very hard to take off.

grace

Sara C.

The first picture is so me! The color scheme, the lamp, the typewriter! I want to live in that picture!

isavirtue

i loooooove wallpaper and whole these designs wouldn’t be my first choice because they are so bright and busy, I think in a really simple room they could be cool!

Gróa

That wonderful lamp is haunting me! I need it in my life, do you have any idea where it is from? I´m dying for it!

lesley

i just had one section of my hallway papered with the Dandelion Clocks pattern (different colorway than what you’ve shown) and i LOVVVVE ITTTTTTT. seriously so so good!

Judith

Is there anyone older out there who remembers these first time round? As a child I had bedroom wallpaper with a white background with red and black geometrical designs and would love to see a picture of it again.

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