Choosing The Wallpaper For Our Farmhouse Powder Bathroom

Our powder bathtub reveal is coming at you VERY SOON, so one of many final components we wanted to determine was the wallpaper. I used to be SO pleased with the colour of the partitions (mushy and moody however with a lot heat pinkiness) and my unique concept of going quiet with the paper was beginning to bore me.

As a reminder, right here is the place we’re in the home (the circled half). So it’s close to the household room (which is a really darkish teal known as Stillwater by Sherwin-Williams) and in addition close to the mudroom (Dew Drop, additionally Sherwin-Williams) and our bed room (Debonair, sure, Sherwin-Williams). We additionally plan on wallpapering that Anteroom (a flowery phrase for “earlier than” room – as in earlier than the first bed room) which is a complete debate too. Do all rooms must “go collectively”? Meh, certain however not essentially. However I do need them to circulation properly and never really feel redundant. I need every room to really feel like a nice shock, however not like, “Woah, what home are we in now?”

At first, I attempted to work with the unique blue paint colour, and I chosen all these quieter Scandi patterns – candy plaids and the ticking stripe (that we ended up utilizing within the stairway and touchdown).

from: the farmhouse powder bathtub replace (did we stick to the blue partitions??)

On the time I used to be additionally enjoying round with skirting the sink with this classic Japanese Boro material so that will assist inform the wallpaper as effectively.

However after portray the partitions this deep rose/mauve (Cocoa Berry by SW) these papers shifted, clearly. Up right here you may see one from Farrow & Ball (I’ll at all times love their hand-painted papers) and a Kelly Ventura paper which I additionally LOVE.

I stored amassing and amassing, largely from my favourite designers (Scandinavian Wallpaper, Schumacher, Rebecca Atwood, Kelly Ventura, Farrow & Ball, Sandberg, and Borastapeter).

These had been the ultimate ones I stared at and stared at for a very long time. However the skirt that we ended up placing on the vainness helped sway me into a transparent alternative. And also you’ll have to return again Monday for the divulge to see the way it all turned out. Additionally, I styled it out with some enjoyable stuff that I can’t wait to indicate you 🙂

*Pictures by Kaitlin Inexperienced

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