Bright and Daydreamy

We just received a link to this blog post about a nursery designed by Bright Interiors in Sydney, Australia. It was created for one of the designer's daughter. We, of course, think it is beautiful. We ALWAYS love seeing how creative people use our wallpapers.

So cute! What a lucky little girl :)

Guest Otomi

A happy customer just sent us this photo of her remodeled guest bathroom. We, of course, love it! She paired our Otomi wallpaper in Red (one of our favorites) with some beautiful gray cabinetry and tile. It is always a highlight to see our wallpaper installed and looking so good. Thank you, Carolyn!

Sneak Peek: Laundry Collection

We finished up a photo shoot for our new collection of modern Mexico-inspired patterns in collaboration with Laundry last week, and I just thought I'd share a little sneak peek of my very favorite pattern. Also, check out that plate placement. It is a hard job, but someone has to do it. Can't wait to share the rest in early November!

Design Week Portland

Design Week Portland is this week, if you're lucky enough to be in Portland...

We're one of the sponsors for the Domestic event by Made & State, which basically means... wallpaper in the house! Read more about it here.

Prop Shopping

Thinking this Wicker Bull from Jayson Home is a keeper. One of the (many) fun things about launching a new wallpaper collection is shopping for photo shoot props. Our new Mexico-inspired collection launches in November!

Sneak Peek: Ballet in Blue

We're launching a new collection of removable wallpaper tiles soon inspired by marbling and watercolor. Because I'm impatient, I put some up already... so, here's a little sneak peek. I've been craving blue lately, and these were the perfect solution.

Removable wallpapering in action.

Knots and Things

I got my hands on a copy of the fall issue of DIY magazine so just wanted to share a few more projects...

 Wallpapered magazine holders in a matching color palette.

Wallpaper vases...

And Knots in the hallway. I'm biased, but I dig the Knots with the stripes.