So far, we have hung wallpaper in 2 rooms in our home (the playroom and Greta’s room) and there was already wallpaper hung in the powder room when we moved in. But over the next couple weeks, we’ll also be installing wallpaper in the girls’ office and our bathroom’s water closet with plans to add more to future spaces! There’s something so charming and cottage-esque about wallpaper, so we thought today it would be fun to share a bunch of our current favorites!
You can see more on the playroom wallpaper here!
I miss the floral wallpaper from our last bathroom! You can see more of our last bathroom here!
I would use this wallpaper again in a heartbeat–except would go for the black and white one this time. You can see more of Polly’s nursery in our last home here!
You can see more of the wallpaper in Greta’s room here!
The first wall we papered in our last house–and I still love it! You can see more of our last entry here!
I hear from a lot of people that have had bad experiences with wallpaper, but it usually stems from the removal of it and maybe that has turned them off for good. But there’s no doubt that wallpaper is making a major comeback! It adds so much layer and interest to a room. Here are a few that I have saved for this house!
1. Pinstripe Copper On Ebony
2. Ascot Stripe Jet
3. Waverly Highwire Stripe
4. Ashford House Harris Plaid
5. Avery Double Stripe
6. Plaid Dove/Mocha
7. Acadia Stripe
8. Monroe Street
9. Stripes Away
10. Wood Bark
12. Bermuda Hemp Ecru
2. Floral Wallpaper: Nature is kind of the back bone to a cottage aesthetic so I’m leaning heavily into these florals. Keep them fresh by going monochromatic with woodwork or textiles.
2. Scrimshaw Floral Twine
3. Smoky Rose
4. Floral Mist
6. Snakeshead Morris & Co
7. Petite Fleur
8. House of Hackney Opia
10. Lemieux et Cie Pernelle
11. Kauai Botanical
12. Camille Floral
3. Organic Wallpaper: We grouped these together because they all feel organic in nature. Birds, trees, animals or free-flowing lines. #5 is going in the girls bathroom and #12 is headed into our bathroom!
1. Tree Toile
2. Ashford House Seasons Toile
3. Sure Strip Exotic Plumes
7. York Forest Lake
9. Scenic Tree Toile
10. Cloud Formation
11. Groundworks Graffito Linen/Onyx
12. Florencecourt Charcoal
If you’re new with wallpaper, pick an accent wall in a bedroom to do! And I bet you’ll want to do the whole room next time.
We designed the Charly line of sofas, chairs, and ottomans with perfect proportions for comfort — with wide arms, a loungey depth, and stylish and practical lumbar pillows. Available in 70 kid-friendly, pet-friendly fabrics, this line was created with families in mind.
Our wood grain Shaker cabinet fronts were designed for busy, high-traffic homes like ours. Clad with durable textured thermofoils, this line is compatible with Sektion, Akurum, Godmorgon, and Besta cabinets from IKEA. It's the perfect, practical way to add the warmth of wood to all the rooms of your home.
We have teamed up with Loloi to create a line of rugs that are as affordable as they are beautiful. This collection houses a great mix of traditional and modern rugs, in cottage-y colorways, as well as vintage-inspired beauties that you’ll want to roll out in every room.
We partnered with Stuga on a line of hardwood floors — The Ingrid is really livable, and the color is very neutral. It doesn’t lean warm or cool, it’s that just right in-between. We have really loved putting it everywhere in our house. It’s the best jumping-off point for design, no matter your interior style. In addition to being beautiful, Ingrid is really durable — we have three kids, and we always have a home construction project going on. Ingrid stands up to it all.
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