Scouting: Wallpaper in Bathrooms

March 15, 2013

I’ve been hearing the siren song of wallpaper recently; these two images of bathrooms with wallpaper got me thinking about putting up some wallpaper in our rental bathroom, which is need of some love. This first image comes from Luke Edward Hall’s home (he works for UK brand Toast, among other endeavors).  The paper is made by Trustworth Studios (so many delicate intricate papers!).  I found both via Julie’s Pinterest, which is a very happening place.

Then, I came across this image from Steven Sclaroff on Desire to Inspire.   I love the lily pad paper — still looking for a source (I’d probably only have the gonads for a single wall of this print!).   Have you ever wallpapered a small room?  Big prints or small prints? One wall or all?

 

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Lisa Hickey March 15, 2013 at 12:55 pm

We wallpapered our powder room with Flavorpaper’s Brooklyn Toile http://www.flavorpaper.com/wallpaper/detail/152/Brooklyn-Toile. The rest of the house is fairly traditional, so I wanted to do something fun. Love the trustworth studios paper.

Melissa@Julia's Bookbag March 15, 2013 at 11:09 pm

I’ve got a happening place?? SO AWESOME!!! Thanks so much for the shout-out Miss Abbey! My husband thinks he has been replaced by Pinterest. :)

Tina @ My Modern Mommy March 19, 2013 at 2:07 pm

Wallpaper in a Powder Room is my favourite thing to do. It’s a small room, with a door so you can close it off from the rest of the house, and a place your guests are guarenteed to visit so do something really fun. Here’s 2 I’ve used recently for clients. Graham & Brown: Darcy in Cocoa (http://www.grahambrown.ca/us/product/57218/Darcy%3A+White+%26+Silver+Wallpaper) and Candace Olsen’s Lattice in Sand (http://www.yorkwall.com/CGI-BIN/lansaweb?webapp=WPRDDET1+webrtn=LWBOE07D1+ml=LANSA:XHTML+partition=YWP+language=ENG).

Lori March 20, 2013 at 1:47 pm

I’ve inherited two bathrooms with wallpaper. One has a beautiful duck egg blue floral stencil over grass-cloth and the other is a blue folk tile style…. I love them and will not remove them!

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