28th September 2020
There’s almost a cult-like following of Divine Savages on Instagram and it seems everyone who is anyone has some Divine Savages up in their homes.
Divine Savages was started in 2007 by husbands Jamie and Tom who are based in South East London. They started the brand after moving into their first home and wanted to decorate in a way which reflected their cheeky personalities, injected some fun, and didn’t play by the rules.
They have backgrounds in fashion and design and use a mix of hand drawn illustration and digital media to create the collections.
They would love to see the collection in the one-of-a-kind tudor revival LA house of Dita Von Teese as it is bursting with pattern, colour and glamour.
The wallpaper collections are ordered by name and within eah named collection there are a number of colourways with new colourways being introduced as we speak. The metallics colourway is the newest.
Expect peacocks, palm tress, and deco style, all very glamorous. They have a great mix of dark decadent wallpapers with large scale motifs but then also some softer more feminine papers such and forbidden bloom and botanize. No small scale florals here.
I love some of the animal based quirky designs and tested out the Safari Soiree. It’s a paste the wall, smooth digital print and was very easy to hang and pattern match. Looks great up and equally the Extinctopia wallpaper seems of a similar grown up fun vein.
Rolls are £140-150/10m roll and can be bought exclusively at www.divinesavages.com
All wallpaper @divinesavages