Pineapple Doggies

Quite often I find myself missing Aimee's doggies (and pineapple wallpaper in her guest room, which I like to refer to as my room). So, I just search around for photos of them as a quick pick me up. The good news is I'm heading back to MPLS on Friday for an exciting week of wallpaper work including a visit to our printer in Chicago!


We were really excited to see Genevieve Gorder using our removable wallpaper tiles on her show Design(ish). Not only does she have great style, but she happens to have some Minnesota roots too... bonus points! You can watch the full episode here.

In case you didn't have time to do that... I'm including a few screen grabs from the episode. In sum, removable wallpaper is perfect for renter and will change your life! :) Thank you, Genevieve!

Wallpaper + 3: Super Sunny Sunroom

One of our friends is buying a house right near us, so I went over yesterday to see it and talk about all the little projects she wants to do once they're moved in and settled. So fun! They have the most fantastic sunroom off their living room - currently it's rocking a bit of a 70s/ladies who lunch vibe (and lime green wallpaper!), but I think with the above, it could get a fresh, modern update and still retain that proper sunroom charm...

Pineapples (Yellow) wallpaper, of course. 1) I love this capiz shell pendant light - it's got just a bit of shimmer and feels slightly feminine. 2) Christiana has this side table and it's to die for. 3) Aren't these vintage rattan chairs stunners?

How to Wallpaper w/ Us!

Our how to wallpaper video is finally here! One day, we'll actually have it uploaded on to our site so it'll be more useful and what not. Baby steps... Here are few out takes:

Our main man, Seng.

Perfect, right? From this angle, you can't even tell that I dropped my favorite plant pot and broke it. It was a small sacrifice for a worthy cause.

The view was decent too.

And that's a wrap!

#HowIHygge: Pineapples (Ebony)

Just put together a round up of some #pineappleselfie favorites from Wrecking Ball Coffee Roasters. 1) the fabulously chic Rebecca Minkoff via @rebeccaminkoff 2) new pineapples cards via @wreckingball_; 3) a hydrating @nappyrocks via @thatsouthernbell; and 4) total adorableness via @radtricks!

Our Other BFF

We're pretty sure that if we met Ana Gasteyer, she maybe, might want to be our BFF and definitely vice versa. This is based on her being hilarious, having exceptional taste in wallpaper and enjoying makeup and product as much as we do. You should definitely go read her interview at Into The Gloss (photo credits to the same).


Here's some updates from what's happening over on our Instagram account (@hyggeandwest). Above, a blast from the past - one of our very first wallpapers from our launch collection with the lovely Julia Rothman.

Fast forward seven years to a sneak peek from our upcoming new collection with Julia! We can't wait to show you the rest...

Our Talavera wallpaper in Blue Apron's offices! We love this company - if you haven't heard of them, you should check them out. (photo via Casey Dubois - who has an AMAZING apartment)

And this gorgeous Queen Anne (Ebony) installation in Portland's Dapper & Wise. Love.

Speaking of Instagram, Christiana and I both have accounts now where you can follow our non-wallpaper related adventures in living hygge - @christiana_hyggeandwest and @aimee_hyggeandwest. Christiana's in Australia now, and I'll be in Japan in May so we'll have lots of fun things to share!

Matching Door


One of the things that we love about our removable wallpaper tiles is that they are really versatile - even just a single tile can add a lot of impact.

Last time Christiana was here, she spruced up our staircase using our Raindrops (Blue/Gray) tiles and we just love how it turned out. As you can see in this photo, we also have a cute little arched door on the steps. It's really quirky and architectural and is one of the first things we fell in love with when we saw the house.

So, I started thinking that our little door could use some love as well. It was super easy and quick - I just measured the panels that I wanted to cover, cut up a tile, and...

Voila! Now our entire stairway has some wallpapered flair to it! It looks so great, I'm considering doing the entire wall behind the stairs just to finish it off...

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