It's ANYTHING GOES THURSDAY again and after 20 Ways To Make S'Mores and 20 More Ways to Make S'mores, I thought another s'mores round up might be a little much, but if you want to see some more great s'mores ideas, like these S'mores Rice Krispie Treats:
Be sure to visit my More S'mores Board on Pinterest.
I posted on Tuesday about the Island Ikat paper from Thibault that I'm considering for our powder room.
A bunch of you e-mailed me to say how much you liked it, but I'm not 100% sold yet so I thought I'd share the other options I'm considering to see which you all like best. Here's the powder room now:
Ignore the light fixture and mirror - they're both being replaced.
Pretty standard stuff, right?
Here's the deal. The powder room is the only bathroom on the main floor of our new house, so it's the one all of our guests will use and will also get a lot of use from us too. The other thing about this space is that it's close to the front door so the wallpaper will be one of the first things people see when they walk in so I want it to pop. A poppy bathroom. Bet you don't hear that very often, huh?
So back to the Ikat wallpaper. I think it's so purdy.
But while I love it now, I'm wondering if it will seem too trendy in a year or two. Another option I'm considering is this gorgeous trellis design from York.
It reminds me a lot of Kelly Wearstler's Imperial Trellis pattern, which looks so fab in this bathroom.
I'm also really drawn to this Thibault paper called English Crewel.
What is beadboard wallpaper you ask? It's an easy to apply and totally economical version of beadboard that Rhoda from Southern Hospitality has me totally into! I think it would look terrific on the bottom half of the powder room walls with one of the other papers above it.
If I go with the half beadboard, this graphic fauna print from Jane Churchill might be fun.
So if you were me, which would you choose? And would you go with the beadboard too or just the patterned paper? Too many decisions!
For more of my home decor inspirations, check out my boards on Pinterest.