Young & Battaglia
Looking for wallpaper that looks like library books? This could be the choice for you. This library design wallpaper is just one of our 16 design options of bookcase wallpaper - grey and pink in this example. We have both realistic bookshelf designs and minimalist versions like this one.
In this unique wallpaper design the bookshelf effect is stripped back to its bones, so all that remains is a simple line version of a bookcase - carefully coloured to give a beautiful grey and pink wallpaper design. This abstract yet beautiful design will suit anyone who loves simplicity and clean lines and appreciates great design.
Our bookshelf outline wallpaper works wonderfully for a feature wall, a whole room or a nook or annexe. Pink and grey wallpaper is a stylish choice, giving a warm effect that isn’t overpowering. This unique design is a Mineheart classic that will be a real talking point. It’s really versatile and will work in any room, from the kitchen to the bathroom, a bedroom to a home office.
For more ideas, take a look at our other stylish bookcase wallpaper designs - we have 16 different colours and styles, from a trompe l’oeil effect of real books through to this innovative outline option. We also have other pink and grey wallpaper that looks like library books: grey and pink outline, blue and pink outline and tonal pink outline.
Our books outline design comes in nine colour options: white, pink and grey, grey and pink, blue and pink, petroleum and aquamarine, tonal aquamarine, tonal grey, tonal navy and tonal pink. We also have other minimalist designs in this collection, symbolising the elements of woodgrain, panelling, windows, quilting and bricks.
All our bookshelf wallpaper is suitable for both domestic and commercial use. Easy to apply, it will create a superb wallpaper feature. If you haven’t made up your mind yet, take a look at our other pink wallpaper designs.
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“The study for this collection began with an analysis of the archetypes and decorative textures typically associated with the walls. The extreme synthesis of the signs and the elimination of all that is superfluous give the collection a graphic and modern appearance. But the core of the study was the research on colours to give greater emphasis to decorations. The colours chosen are pastels, in line with current trends and in some cases I had fun with daring combinations of surreal and gaudy colours. In front of this variety I can only say, “play with colours everywhere!” - Emanuele Pangrazi