Written by Paisley Tedder

Fearne Cotton releases new collection at Woodchip & Magnolia

The collection is a collaboration with broadcaster and author Fearne Cotton, and embodies her light and eclectic style with fresh colours and calming patterns.

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The collection comprises of five new wallpaper and fabric designs in a large variety of timeless colourways. The five varieties include Vintage Fearne, Hope & Bloom, Twiggy, Move & Flow and Pondering Peonies, and all encompass spring florals.

Each of the designs are great choices for a new season shape up, and will work beautifully as part of a feature wall or as a new room design.

Allow us to guide you through each of the new colourways…

Vintage Fearne

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Inject summer foliage directly into your home with these forest feel wallpapers which will transport you to wild green spaces, bringing the outside in. It’s available in night sky black, dusky grey, dusky pink, duck egg blue, spring green and winter blue.

Hope & Bloom

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Inspired by the beauty of scattered flowers, this chaotic and colourful wallpaper is bursting with romantic colour and is a true illustration of spring. Fearne loves the hopefulness of the design and wants to place it in her hallway to remind her of positivity as soon as she walks through the door.

Twiggy

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The minimalist design within the collection, this hand-painted design is inspired by the calming warmth of spring. It’s a gentle nod to the season and will fit in beautifully with existing decor. It’s available in burnt orange and blush, vintage brown and blush, evergreen, pale blue, pink on cream and dusky grey and cream.

Move & Flow

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This calming pattern consists of sketched yoga poses, used randomly throughout the design. These poses are some of Fearne’s favourites, which she created using simple lines to show them moving and flowing across the paper, this adds quirky fun into your home.

Pondering Peonies

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Inspired by Fearne’s favourite flower, the peony, this bold and elegant design reflects that of retro 1970s. “Peonies are so big and sumptuous, and they just get prettier the more in bloom they are. I love the boldness and fearlessness of this design, and it has really vintage glamour bringing decadence to add joy to any space.” Fearne tells us.

Which design from Fearne Cotton x Woodchip & Magnolia is your favourite? Tweet us at @goodhomesmag or post a comment on our Facebook page!

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