It’s official – choosing wallpaper is not for the faint of heart. Ha! Never have we received more messages on a series of Instagram Stories than when we’ve shared our wallpaper debate. Like, ever. We love how intuitive you all are, and although we were initially leaning towards several of these pretty papers from Kate Golding, you could read me like a book. They’re gorgeous, but not for us. Not for what we had in mind.
Our idea is to wallpaper the window wall in the sleeping loft. While we’re not typically drawn to accent walls in a large room, we do think there’s something sweet about them in cozy nooks – like our guest room, for example. They can help to make an awkward wall feel intentional (ahem, guest room) or enhance an architectural detail you love (the sleeping loft ceiling!). We know we want the ‘theme’ of the paper to feel right for Tree House – and you probably noticed this. Our paper focus was mostly on nature themes – floral, greenery, sand dunes and forest friends. It is a kids’ space, after all, but that doesn’t necessarily mean we want it to feel kid-ish. We think there’s balance to be found, if only we can actually find it.
Psst: There’s a poll at the bottom of this post where we want you to weigh in!