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My ever-present wallpaper addiction

Since covering my bathroom with wallpaper last month, I have become obsessed. I was warned that this would happen. While I don’t have any tattoos I imagine there’s a similar feeling: once you have done it, all you can I see is bare expanses of potential canvas. Every time I encounter an unfamiliar space, I can’t help but fantasise what a difference floor to ceiling wallpaper would make.

Here are some of my favourite wallpapered rooms at the moment.

Hand painted de Gournay wallpaper via Bo Bedre

Cole & Son Woods wallpaper, Stiff and Trevillion Architects

Hand painted panoramic de Gournay wallpaper  via Design Vie

Neuhaus Design Architecture Clinton Hill Townhouse

Custom part-embroidered nonsuch wallpaper by Fromental

Fornasetti ”Theme & Variation” wallpaper by Cole and Son via Apent Hus

via House to Home

Graham & Brown Soprano wallpaper in teal

Vivienne Westwood for Cole & Son Squiggle wallpaper in red via Swankety Swank

Kelly Wearstler’s LA Home for American Vogue October 2009

In the White Room bespoke wallpaper by Tracy Kendall

Farrow & Ball NY store covered in Lotus wallpaper via Life Style etc

Sackcloth & Ashes bespoke wallpaper by Matthew Liam Collins bespoke wallpaper

I am preparing a separate post on chinoiserie as it deserves one all of its own.

3 Comments Post a comment
  1. Anne Nevile #

    I love these wallpaper examples Kate, they remind me of the old days when I spent my days looking at 18th Century English interiors…. Look forward to the chinoiserie! x

    March 13, 2012
  2. Hello Kate,

    These images are amazing! Wallpaper can really add so much drama!

    Regards, Olga
    http://olgaduron.blogspot.com/

    March 14, 2012
  3. Vronica #

    I was wondering where you bought the toilet? How does it work without a tank?

    March 23, 2012

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