My first floor guest room and I have had ongoing negotiations about her accent wallpaper for some time. I’m torn between keeping a monochromatic look or passionately punching the viewer in the face with a design that’s bold, earthy and crazy. The latter is me in a nutshell. 😂
In this house, big, bold and beautiful reign supreme. Part of me knows that I’m gonna die a thousand happy deaths with a bright, voluptuous frond, but the other part is curious to see what else I’ve got up my sleeve.
My perpetual pondering is your reward! Here’s a list of five removable wallpapers I’m really into right now. Take your time and feast your eyes, my pretties.
Here’s a snapshot of the first floor guest room in its current state. Tell me which wallpaper you like best!! The accent wall will be on the headboard side. Leave your two pence in the comments below. ✍🏻
1) L’Amour by Tempaper
There aren’t words to describe how much I love this paper. It nails the monochromatic look in my mind to a T. Not to mention, there’s an undeniable whimsy and ultimate gaudiness factor. Can you say perf?! This removable wallpaper is rather refined, and nothing short of tempting.
But does it blend with the rest of my crazy?! 🤔
2) Banana Leaf by Tropic Wall
I’ve wanted to see a Martinique-like pattern in my house since day I laid eyes on her. Except it made absolutely no sense prior to my home’s current state. REJOICE!! I have created a glamazonian monster. And damn proud of it. A serious contender, indeed.
3) AJA (Khaki) Tiles by Hygge & West
Source: Hygge & West
Designed by Justina Blakeney and manufactured by Hygge + West, these are one of these easiest wallpapers I’ve had the pleasure of installing! I’ve already got Justina’s gorge-y Nana (Pink) Tiles in the dining room, so my gut tells me to branch out.
Get it. Plant humor.
4) Watercolor Mural by loveCOLORAY
I have yet to cut my teeth on wall murals. This gargantuan teal watercolor vinyl from Poland struck me instantly. It’s so intense. Within the gesture is so much depth and I adore that it’s a serious punch of color.
Not for nothing, I’m so impressed at Etsy’s collection of removable wallpaper. Don’t believe me, have a look for yourself.
5) Forever Palms by Walls Need Love
Source: Walls Need Love
I don’t even care that it’s called millennial pink—I LOVE IT. 💕 After nine days in Southern California, this wallpaper is calling my name. The major con to me is the large scale effect this pattern creates. I prefer to pick wallpaper patterns that appear as solid colors when enlarged. Bold and impactful, of course, but easy of the eyes.