It has been a little while since I incorporated wallpaper into one of my designs. I had never been a fan of wallpaper but this past year I’ve been seeing it more and more and have been loving the idea of wallpaper. Is it finally coming back? I think so! There as so many mixed feelings about wallpaper but if you find the right one your opinion might change! I think wallpaper is perfect for a powder room because it makes a huge statement in a smaller space. Especially if you have a smaller powder room with limited room to decorate, a unique wallpaper design may be all you need!
I fell in love with this wallpaper from Anthropologie the second I laid my eyes on it. I have never seen anything like this print before, it’s so unique and exquisite. The design is breathtaking, and the colors are beautiful. I chose this wallpaper for this space because I wanted the design to be elegant and beautiful but also have that “wow” factor and this wallpaper did just that!
The Color Palette
Because the wallpaper I used in this design has so much going on I chose to go with a much simpler color palette for this space. I pulled the beautiful gold colors in the wallpaper and made it a primary color in this design. I wanted to keep everything uniform which is why I went with the same color metals for everything in this space including the mirror, sconces, sink, accent table, and picture frames.
The Furniture and Décor
The House of Hackney Artemis Wallpaper, inspired by 19th-century designer William Morris, gives a very vintage feel which is why I chose to go with some more contemporary and traditional accents. I wanted to keep this design from looking like it came from the 19thcentury but also highlight the beauty of the wallpaper. The vanity in this design is both contemporary and traditional which balanced out this space. It complements the space without overdoing the “vintage” feel.
The Victoria Frame from Anthropologie is my personal favorite. I don’t think it was a coincidence that these frames were named Victoria and they look like they were inspired by the Victorian Era. They were a perfect addition to the space from the style of the frame to the beautiful color gold.
This Calluna Wall Mirror also from Anthropologie (no this was not planned) works so well with this space. I didn’t want to overdo it with the floral accents, but I couldn’t stay away from this gorgeous mirror!
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Until next time!