dramatically different.

pale pink and black bedroom wallpaper and decor. / sfgirlbybay

i’ve had a decor crush on the beautiful bedroom treatment just above for a long while now. there’s just something about the playful mix of pattern and textiles that are so unexpected and chic. i’d love to just use a strip of wallpaper as a kind of headboard like they’ve done here with a Chinoiserie print and a contrasting batik fabric. i love dessin fournir’s rose cumming pattern in pink (just below) — the look of a ‘faux tufted’ headboard would be fun!  i’ve painted like crazy however i’ve not done a lot of wallpaper before — but wallpaper and murals can really add a unique and dramatic look to a room, so i’m seriously considering taking a stab at my own version of this look in my bedroom. are you a fan of wallpaper? could you ever do a full wall mural? do tell!

dessin fournir's rose cumming wallpaper in pink. / sfgirlbybayred leaf pattern wallpaper. / sfgirlbybaybold black and white wallpaper pattern. / sfgirlbybaytropical wallpaper mural. / sfgirlbybaywallpaper inspiration. / sfgirlbybayblack and white wall mural.  / sfgirlbybaywallpaper and mural inspiration. / sfgirlbybayforest wall mural and pink chair. / sfgirlbybaymodern black and white wallpaper. / sfgirlbybayforest wall mural and floating beside table shelf. / sfgirlbybayblack and white wallpaper and painted mural with hanging bulb light. / sfgirlbybay

• photo credits in order of appearance: melissa kaseman photography for lonny; rose cumming wallpaper in pink & yellow from dessin fournir; Claudia Schiffer’s Tudor Mansion via architectural digest; farrow & ball’s lotus print wallpaper; vogue; anthropologie smokey rose wallpaper via @studiomcgee; narumi; the socialite family; house of hackney smokey rose wallpaper from anthropologie; Jungle Dream Wallpaper by Aimee Wilder via anthropologie; mr. perswall’s blossom print mural via mokkasin; rifle paper co.’s cities toile from hygge & west; Over & Over’s Etched Arcadia Mural from anthropologie; rose cumming wallpaper in pink & yellow from dessin fournir; frenchy fancy; Amidst the Mist Wall Mural; erica tanov’s tendril wallpaper; pine forest wall mural from milexa; the white house daylesford.



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2 Responses to “dramatically different.”
  1. Sharon Warren says:

    The last photo of the misty pine forest treetops could completely change my mind about wallpaper murals. I would never tire of waking up to that “view”.

  2. valerie says:

    These are gorgeous and inspiring. I’ve always been in love that top photo as well. The walls on my house are too textured for wallpaper. I did, however, splurge on a bit of that cactus wall paper you feature here for a project I’m working on. We are converting a school bus into an RV and I’m putting that wallpaper in the bathroom! It’s the tiniest bathroom in the world, so I can actually afford to wallpaper it, ha!

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