Another pattern-filled month is in the books, and we're kicking off our latest roundup with two of our favorite things in the world: wallpaper and dogs. This March, @christiana_hyggeandwest continued her pattern-fueled farmhouse makeover with the addition of Florebela (Navy) in her kitchen nook. Of course, H&W mascots and all around wallpupper enthusiasts, Calum, Kaya, and Otis were on hand for quality control assurance and general cuteness.
Not to be outdone, part-time wallpaper model and full-time cutie, Scout also got in on the pattern + pups action last month. Here, Scout proves that the only thing that can improve an Arabesque (Navy) staircase is a four-legged friend. Thanks, @brookland_house_on_the_hill!
If there's one thing that can give pups and pattern a run for their money, it's a Peonies (Copper) party with the happiest and most adorable group of littles we've ever seen. Love what @littlewintershop did here with her built-ins? Check out this roundup of wallpapered shelves and built-ins for inspiration.
We're suckers for great ceiling wallpaper installs (see some of our favorite patterns for the fifth wall here), and this Daydream (Green)-bedecked space is one of the many reasons why. Thanks for the dose of happiness, @happyinteriorsgroup!
Aside from the ceiling, one of our favorite places to pattern is the powder room—the true unsung here of the wallpaper world if you ask us. Here, @jenna_wraye shows us how to Palma (Deep Green) the right way (hint: with a touch of gold!).
Wallpaper you can change with the seasons (or leave up all year long for eternal springtime)? Yes please! Our Insta friends loved this pop of Nana (Pink) removable wallpaper tiles from @mezzomarialopez—and so do we!
We always love seeing your Daydream installations, like this fresh space from @refined_custom_homes. We think Daydream (French Blue) adds just the right pop of pattern and color in this crisp, white bathroom.
In this bathroom from @carter.home.interiors, things get a bit moodier with Daydream (Indigo). Deep blue and bright white is a classic combo we will never tire of—especially when you add in soaring orange birds!