If only I hadn't already wallpapered every spare inch of my flat, this border of preloved and battered suitcases would have looked wonderful going around the top of my bedroom.
In fact, something like this (and my bedroom is absolutely as immaculate as this press shot, promise). The paper is priced at £69 a roll. Not a bargain, but within the realms of possibility for a very special bit of wallpaper you fall madly in love with.
I confess I'm close to falling for this coffee pot border which is £49 a roll. It would be perfect for a kitchen wall. Anyone got a spare one they can lend me?
Romantic types are likely to get a bit swoony over Deborah's caravan postcards wallpaper. I'd love to use these beautiful ladies to prettify a plain cupboard. Another of the designs has a similar feel but instead is inspired by vintage stamps.
Or for something very simple, there's something very lovely about her tile designs - papers replicating types of tiles from those found on the Underground to examples from Hong Kong. These New Cross border tiles are a lot closer to home, and would look gorgeous on an otherwise unadorned wall. It's available in white or grey for £39 a roll and I'll be very jealous if you buy some.