Leave it to the Scots. They're a little mad (consider kilts, haggis and golf and you'll understand what we're getting at). So you know that if they do wallpaper, it's going to be subversive and in the best possible way.
Timorous Beasties, a name nicked from the Robert Burns poem, To A Mouse, is the kind of wallpaper you suspect Edward Gorey had in his house. A little goth, a little romantic, it's provocative – bugs and iguanas, devil heads, flora and fauna – and beautiful as well as beautifully made. We like it as it's shown here, with modern furniture offering a sharp contrast to its lush imagery. We'd also like it in a bathroom or in a small hallway, covering walls, ceiling and doors. In an otherwise, spare room, wallpaper can create a dramatic focal point and eliminate the need for art. Timourous Beasties also carries fabrics, lampshades, cushions and window coverings. Try their window shades inside, to dress up a four poster bed, as Jonathan posted here.