Young & Battaglia
Our blue and grey wallpaper in a panel design will give your home a whole new look. This grey and turquoise wallpaper will create a vibrant yet elegant feeling you’ll love.
This grey and turquoise wallpaper is part of our panel wallpaper collection. The designs were originally inspired by the oak panels you see in stately homes and manor houses, but they've developed a modern twist that will refresh every interior. This wood panelling is definitely not just for period homes!
Mineheart is well known for creating wallpaper designs that trick your eyes and look like something else. Wallpaper that looks like wood panelling is a great example, and it’s such a versatile style. By creating a grey and turquoise panel wallpaper we’ve updated something vintage and given it a new lease of life.
This grey and blue wallpaper looks exceptional as a feature wall, but works just as well for a whole room too. Could it be the perfect design to transform your living room, add interest to your kitchen or update your bedroom?
The Mineheart panel wallpaper range is one of our most loved collections and has expanded into many designs and colours. For more grey panel wallpaper designs don’t miss our alternative colour options - grey and rose or grey and marine.
There’s also a variety of panelling styles in our collection. Take a look at our Victorian Panelling or Dutch Inlay designs which come in a choice of colours. We’ve also designed a Georgian Dot Panelling wallpaper.
For more contemporary wood effect wallpaper visit our dedicated wood wallpaper page, where you can also find shabby chic panel designs, plank effect wallpaper and more.
Lead Time: 3-4 weeks.
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Sustainability: Mineheart 'goods for good' initiative: 1 tree planted for every 1 roll of wallpaper sold. More about this
Note : Due to the printing process, colours may vary slightly between batches. Customers should try to order enough rolls initially. If re-ordering you must provide the Batch number. Please also note that images onscreen are not a truly accurate representation of print colour.