London Rose

LONDON_ROSE

How pretty is this gray floral wallpaper from House of Hackney? Reminds me a bit of my favorite fabric, Scalamandre’s Pyne Hollyhock in Charcoal.

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Gah, I love it so much! And the muted color means that it can totally act as a neutral base – you could layer colorful furnishings and/or art over it without a problem. Almost like a grisaille wall covering. The paper is from House of Hackney, a London based company, but you can also order it from Anthropologie where they’ve dubbed it Smoky Rose wallpaper.

Pretty much obsessed with their Poppium Wallpaper in Ebony as well:

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Similar to the wallpaper in the powder room at Tipsy Parson, which I’ve long loved:

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Also a big fan of the colorful Castanea wallpaper.

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It somewhat evokes the bright and cheery floral paper used recently in a nursery makeover on Emily Henderson’s blog:

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So pretty.

Also:

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Leopard couch. I definitely wouldn’t have the guts, but I think it could be fab in the right context. Would you ever do it? Lauren McGrath did a modified version in her NYC apartment:

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Can’t say I’ve ever seen the contrasting couch cushion idea before…very interesting! But I think these leopard mugs are more up my alley:

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Have a good weekend!

 

One comment

  1. Ashley says: March 4, 2016

    Love all the beautiful wallpaper! <- Never thought that would be a sentence I say until just recently!

    Ashley | Sunday Brunch

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