Bring Life to Your Walls…


At Nandina we are LOVING, the two new wallpaper lines from Thibaut.  Transforming a room can be as simple as adding a little {Life} to your walls with wallpaper from . . .


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On Trend & Style

                                  {with Graphic Patterns & Bold Prints}

Yes everyone!!! Wallpaper has made its way back into peoples homes in a big way. Wallpaper should no longer remind you of you grandmother’s outdated living or dining room. Instead you should think of spaces that evoke vibrancy, fun, and are bursting with life. We have all seen a magazine image that features a design element that steals the show and instantly becomes the focal point of the room,  such as a stunning chandelier, an incredible piece of art, or a well placed accessory.  Well 2015 is all about creating dramatic spaces that make a statement. Do not be afraid to introduce that daring print that you love, or a snazzy color that always draws your eye. And with these two new featured wallpaper lines from Thibaut Designs, creating a focal point is as easy as coming into one of our locations. Let the designer’s of Nandina find the wallpaper that speaks to you and your home. 



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Thibaut continues to embrace the leading graphic trend with Geometric Resource Volume 2. Complementing the existing family of geometrics, this new collection of wallpaper encompasses fun and lively patterns that range from modern trellises to simulated studs and animal prints.  Special techniques such as flock, beads and printed grass cloth are combined with clean and textural printing methods. Color offerings range from a heavy supply of neutrals to fresh and bright, satisfying palettes.  The large scale, open-layout makes it fitting for large rooms.



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Thibaut introduces the Imperial Garden collection of coordinating wallpaper, embroidery, print and woven fabrics. Inspired by the Far East, many patterns come from antique documents. This collection takes traditional to the next level and includes a cut velvet tiger pattern, a large scale damask, graphic ikats, and grand chinoiserie dragons and florals.

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