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Hot off the Press: H&W in the News


From shout-outs to interviews, we'll never tire of seeing our wallpaper in the press. It's especially thrilling when we see one of our patterns in print, like this feature in Magnolia Journal that expertly makes the case for giving up blank white walls for something pattern- and personality-filled. Even in small doses, the article argues, wallpaper makes a major design statement, like this Daydream (Gold) mudroom.


Dreaming of hitting the open road? We loved seeing Knots (Gold) in this budget Airstream renovation featured in Dwell. The mother-daughter duo behind this design did it all for just $64K!


Who says nautical has to be all anchors and oars? This island home renovation featured in Domino has more than a few surprise moments, including this citrusy piano anchored by Sycamore (Slate).


Another fun Domino feature we were proud to spot our paper in was this one that shared a tried-and-true strategy for picking a color palette: start with wallpaper. In this child's room, Serengeti (Sunrise) was the jumping off point for the rest of this beautiful space. Thanks, Domino!


Craving a quick and easy decor refresh? Last month, our Director of Marketing spoke with Better Homes & Gardens about the benefits of our removable wallpaper tiles (hint: they're a snap to install!). Above, co-founder Aimee Lago used our Raindrops (Blue/Gray) tiles to add a peek of pattern to her stairs.


Speaking of tiles, our Daydream (Orange) removable wallpaper tiles were featured on Martha Stewart as one of their "best removable wallpaper patterns." We're honored!


If you're looking for some Pioneer Woman-approved pattern, look no further than Arcade (Cayenne) and Otomi (Jade). These two colorful papers were selected as two of Ree's favorites in her magazine's "A Girl's Guide to Wallpaper."


And last, but not least, we were giddy to see that Cards (Red) was "Cherry Picked" for Sheridan Road's "sweetest shades of red" roundup. Thanks for including us, Sheridan Road!

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