Well this is obviously late. But…..you know the old saying…..“better late than never” haha
I actually started this post on Thursday but somehow I got distracted….saw a squirrel or maybe a whole family…..who the heck knows. Life with ADD.
I wanted to talk about wallpaper. Seriously y’all it’s so damn back in popularity. I remember when I started in the “biz” it cost about 15.00 a roll to install. Well…..now it’s about the cost of a car payment to get a roll installed! Talk about inflation….
But….it can add so much to a room. Here are some favs I picked from a few different companies.
All of these are from the Mrs. Paranjape collection and I think I have posted about this collection before but I love most of them!
I so love a good horizontal stripe paper!
Next up are some good papers I saw on Spoonflower. I know….I always forget to look on that site but they have a gazillion selections which is probably why as it is just too overwhelming for me 🙂
I am loving these few just to add some texture on the walls. Easy to hang art or add a pattern with these.
Love this pattern as it reminds me of what I used in my LR refresh below…..
This indigo is flipping awesome! Love it.
This black and white floral reminds me of one of my favorite bedrooms below!
This picture is so old….but I still love.
And these 2 colorways below have my name on them right!
Ok….this pattern…..Chenonceau is a really good one.
I have shown it so many times in presentations….
It comes in many colors….and this soft blue is a yes for me!
Another favorite pattern….Queen of Spain. I am sure you have seen it in the black and white but I love how pretty it is in this soft blue!
Like I said earlier….love a pretty stripe.
And this pattern has me a little giddy!
Ok….who is ready to start wallpapering? Better sell an organ for the labor….hee haw.
Any big plans for Saturday? I need to get going if I am going to be productive today….but hey I’m not going to push it.
And who is wallpapering? I know it got a bad rap back in the late 80’s. So hard to remove but they have figured out that to prepare the walls properly before installation really helps!
Don’t be scared y’all.
Alrighty then. I’m out.