Digital printing has long been a way of introducing individual imagery to interiors and with production costs coming down it’s easy to introduce unique designs into your home.
Wallpaper, shower screens, kitchen backsplashes all become a canvas for your creativity helping to stamp your own personality and style. Images from your phone or computer can be printed onto almost any surface.
Caroline Shortt from Barc Architects is a big fan of the process. Her halo lit panel of trees transforms the humble toilet into a natural haven. It feels a bit like the wardrobe in Narnia, where you might end up in an enchanted forest. The vaulted room is clad in cedar and an led strip lights the paper and emphasises the curve of the vault drawing the eye to the back of the space.
AnniePhilips’ innovative and uplifting images work well in kitchens and shower rooms. Her designs are printed onto a film and laminated between panels of toughened glass.
The composition can be adapted to fit the available space and the colours matched with the rest of your decoration giving you total control. It’s a simple and effective way to create something different and individual.