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Extra, Extra! Catching Up on the Wallpaper News

 Otomi Navy Wallpaper | HGTV | Hygge & West

Slice Charcoal Wallpaper | HGTV | Hygge & West

Just a quick H&W in the News Update! One of the highlights of 2019 was catching H&W on HGTV's Stay or Sell. Week after week, we saw our wallpaper installed in beautiful Minneapolis-area homes designed by Heather and Brad Fox of Fox Homes. [Pictured above: Otomi (Navy) and Slice (Charcoal)]

Cozy Bundle | Minneapolis Press | Hygge & West

We were also delighted to chat with Midwest Home about ways to stay cozy in the winter! We also talked with Forbes about trends in 2020: “People are designing their homes to reflect their personalities and creating spaces that tell their story. What makes you truly happy is more important than what you see in magazines or on social media.”

Strawberries Wallpaper | Hygge & West | Domino Magazine

We received a "Slice of Strawberries" shout out in the latest Domino Magazine and were included in their best removable wallpaper round-up too—thank you, Domino! 

Foret Charcoal Wallpaper | Real Simple | Hygge & West

We loved seeing our Foret (Gold) wallpaper in this lovely dining room designed by Cortney Bishop and featured in Real Simple Magazine!

Daydream Black Wallpaper | Hygge & West | Home Office

And this Daydream (Black) home office featured on Lonny could not be more cool, calm, and dreamy.
 Nethercote Blue | Minnesota Press | Hygge & West

We can never get enough of Erin Francois's Nethercote (Blue) nursery, so we were delighted to spy it in Minnesota Monthly.

Underwater World Gold | Brownstoner | Hygge & West

Over on Curbed... we love a good before and after, especially one filled with the mysterious fish found in our Underwater World (Gold) wallpaper
 Snow (Blue) Wallpaper | Dining Room Decor | Hygge & West Press

Last, but not least, this Snow (Blue) wallpaper situation is a thing of beauty as seen in the Brownstoner.

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