Casablanca

A collection of versatile wallpapers in soft, contemporary tones, inspired by the magic and tradition of Morocco.

Founded by the Berber's in the 7th Century, over time the city of Casablanca, literally translating to 'white house' in English, became a melting pot for English, Portuguese, Spanish and French cultures. The four designs in this collection pull together the European and North African influences of this majestic country to create a selection of relaxed and very usable two-tone designs.

The hero wallpaper of the collection is Berber. Available in five colourways, its minimal crisscross pattern is dotted with abstract shapes and symbols. A design which emulates that of traditional Berber rugs woven by the women of tribes living in Morocco's Atlas Mountains. Within each unique rug design, these women would weave in stories from their daily lives, as well as lucky motifs to warn off evil spirits.

With the names Atlas, Souk and Sabra, a type of silk thread, the whole collection embodies the spirit of Morocco. Souk takes its name from the bustling marketplaces of Marrakesh. Its dainty star motif is a nod to the shape that has become a symbol of Morocco, appearing across the ornate lanterns, rugs, ceramics and jewellery as well as the country's flag.