We’ve just begun wrapping up another design project, and for this home we used a l o t of wallpaper. Their powder room, for example, was a super fun spot we got to play around with a bunch of different prints, styles, and colors…all of which are endless when it comes to the power of wallpaper. We finally settled on covering all the walls in a navy ikat print and then threw in a touch of green paint on the ceiling for additional interest. However, since I can’t reveal to you all the final look just yet, I figured getting you all some inspo on wallpapered bathrooms was key this week. ‘Cause you know…us fab friends gotta stay in sync!
Aside from the gorgeous wallpaper in here can we please mention that blue vanity!! Such a fun pop of color. Design by Lisa Britt and Hadley Quisenberry of West Trade Interiors. Photo via circalighting.com
I am O B S E S S E D with this!!! That marble wallpaper is so chic and I love how they ran it all the way on to the ceiling. Design by Scout Designs, photo by Brittany Ambridge.
Geometric print in black and white is all we could ever dream of. Post via Pinterest.
We’ve got the blues thanks to this bathroom…but the good kinda blues, obviously! Design by Christos Prevezanos, photo via ArchDigest.
Clean lines and minimalistic for this bathroom. Something we all can appreciate! Design by Coats Homes.
Big leaf print has certainly been on trend and it is done beautifully in this bathroom! Post via MyDomaine, design by Estee Stanley, photo by Justin Coit.
Love how the tile and wallpaper blend seamlessly together!
Black and white done right, once again! Post via Domino, design by Joyce Pickens.
Not the best shot but it gives you an idea. I love this fun wallpaper and the cool tones that come with it! Design by Studio McGee.
Now who would we be if we didn’t throw in a huge floral wallpaper in this! Post via Pinterest.
Now this space was made for some fun. Love the color combo and those pineapples are so cute! Post via styleblueprint.com
Another sweet powder room with a fun but subtle wallpaper. Design by Amy Kartheiser, post via derringhall.com