The playful nature of the cut out collection mirrors the naive, child like imagination explored by Matisse when creating his own designs. Matisse described the creative process as ‘drawing with scissors’ and enjoyed ‘cutting directly into colour’, and these unique murals represent this, combining his art with modern earthy tones. Styled in subtle Scandi kitchens, the bold abstract murals take centre stage, inviting a fun sense of creative freedom to the heart of the home.
Each shape within this Henri Matisse wallpaper has been created by hand and the result is perfectly, imperfect; you might even spot the designers playful interpretation of kitchenware including abstract pots and bowls, contributing to the candid charm of the designs. Often the social hub of the home, the kitchen is a perfect setting for this cut out art wallpaper that celebrates the joy in expressing yourself in fun and stimulating ways.
So why not challenge traditional kitchen wall design with this unique Matisse inspired collection, which offers a rudimental take on trendy tile or terrazzo wallpaper with fun abstract shapes instead. Although the collection has been styled here in Scandi kitchens, the versatility of the designs and colour palette allows them to suit a range of spaces. For more ideas on how to style Abstract murals throughout your home, visit our Abstract Wallpaper board on Pinterest.