After years of ripping down wallpaper I never thought I'd say this...but...I'm kinda digging wallpaper these days. I always knew I would be putting it in our powder room but there are so many choices. I'm not a fan of choices as I'm quite indecisive (think I've mentioned that a time or two before). I think the powder room is going black and white but that's all I know. So here's what I'm loving regardless of price, availability, or appropriateness for an 1893 home ( a girl can dream, right?).
Farrow & Ball's Lotus papers. Love.
Flavor Paper's fun spin on a traditional wallpaper. I'd have to get this in a custom colorway. I always intended to use this but it's not cheap.
Thibaut's Rio wallpaper. I've actually seen this one in person. It's quite lovely.
|Osborne and Little|
Not exactly black and white but a pretty Chinoiserie paper.
I love Clarke and Clarke's Vogue wallpaper. Very chic.
Or, if I really wanted to go budget I could stencil the walls. I love these stencils, but again, not sure they'd work for my home.
|via etsy.com (olive leaf stencils)|
This one could work. There are a ton of similar stencils to this one.
So what do you think? Wallpaper or stencils? I'm kind of leaning towards one, but would be interested in opinions. Wallpaper and hanging can be pricey, but stenciling will take some time...especially at the rate I'm going. Working 4 days a week and having a 3 yr old doesn't leave me a ton of time to devote to the amount of projects that need to get done.