When interior designer Kelley of The Polished Pebble was asked by a fellow blogger and neighbor to help with a face lift on a dated little Powder Room, she decide to Go Wild with Wallpaper.
Thibaut Wallpaper that is. And I'm loving it!
On a side note: See the cool octopus hook on the left? It's from Anthropologie.
This was a tiny bit disencouraging to read: "If you think hanging wallpaper is easy...try it. Especially with a giant print like this one. Getting the repeat and seams to blend flawlessly is a real art."
The colors of the wallpaper tie in with the colors used throughout the main floor. This Thibaut print is called Na Pali. Kelley says, "It happens to be one of their most popular papers. The cost is about $70 dollars per roll and this room took 8 rolls. Almost all of Thibaut's papers have matching fabric and usually come in 8 to 10 different color-ways. We are using the matching fabric on some pillows and slip covers in the breakfast room."
To learn more about Kelley's Powder Room project, visit her at The Polished Pebble. Now please tell me that hanging wallpaper in a powder room is an art that can be easily learned!
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