Hello Monday and all my fabulous readers. How are we doing with Spring Forward. Kind of rough right? But hey at least we get more sunlight throughout the day and for that, I have nothing to complain about.
Well, today I am delighted to share a guest post from Design Shuffle. Check it out:
Hello, everyone! It’s Mari here from Design Shuffle, a fabulous social networking site for interior designers and design enthusiasts to upload their work and receive lots of exposure. As a writer for Design Shuffle, I get to visit design and decorating blogs like .ariela’s studio. to share some of my favorite interior designs.
Today, the topic at hand is whimsical wallpapers. I love wallpaper, vintage, retro, contemporary, glamorous葉o me they’re the perfect way to add character and personality to just about any space. It seems a lot of designers agree because they are creating fresh and original wall coverings that are simply irresistible. I hope you’ll be inspired to update a wall or more with a swath of whimsical wallpaper.
Globetrotter is part of Clarke & Clarke’s Showstoppers wallpaper collection. It’s available in four colors including black, blue and natural, but I love the delicate look of this pink one. From the Eiffel Tower to the Great Wall of China, it takes me away.
Cole & Son delivers a fashionable dark pink and white stripe paper that would be so perfect for a sophisticated dressing room. It’s hand screen painted and comes in a more neutral beige and white stripe, just in case pink isn’t in your future.
This cool wallpaper is called My Neighbors and is strewn with an array of nostalgic windows. In addition to black on white, it is also done in pale purple and turquoise. This is one of my favorites.
From a windows motif, we turn to picture frame covered walls. They look hand drawn and can be left as is or customized by you. What a creative idea!
From Nama Rococo comes a paper called French Dot in the color “Ooh La Black.” With intriguing names like those, you know it has to be something special and it is容ach panel is handpainted and unique. Every time I see these wallpapers, the living room ideas begin to flow.
Oh, so whimsical and in one of today’s trending colors, this Pet Sounds wallpaper comes from a family farm in the Irish midlands. How is that for an intro to an intriguing back story? Be sure to read “about” Garrendenny Lane Interiors.
Can you ever have “too much stuff?” Flat Vernacular says no預s long as you show it off on your walls.
How perfect would “London city gents” look in a television room, gentlemen’s bath or den design? Kudos to Lizzie Allen who also did this one in bright blue and red. Images 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8
Aren’t these wallpapers just adorable? Be sure to check out Design Shuffle to find even more inspiration and get the opportunity to connect with Los Angeles interior designers, New York interior designers among many others!