I've been spending a lot of time lately, researching and mulling over wallpaper options for three rooms in our home. While I've settled on the walls for our kitchen dining area, I'm still tossing around a couple of ideas for the two bathrooms. These two areas are still somewhat of a blank slate and the paper will undoubtedly be at the only additional upgrade for both spaces- with the exception of lighting, cabinet hardware and plumbing fixtures which have already gone in. We are still a long way out from any tile work in the respective shower areas. Both countertops will also need replacing. But I think we can work with what we have in there for now.
So with that background, I'm still pushing towards getting some paper up on the walls and the beauties above are currently up for consideration.
For our guest bath, I'm really leaning toward Abigail Edward's Seascape.
Our master is the space giving me the most heartache. It's the oddest little vanity nook/separate shower room combo. I'm sure back in 1967, it was cutting edge stuff. But I'd love nothing more than to break down the barrier wall and expand it into one giant bathroom someday. However at this point, I think we're just looking to upgrade the vanity area and make her do for now.
I'm already a little partial to the Hicks or the Medina for those walls.
And... this masterpiece is the selection for the kitchen dining area:
Erika Wakerly // Angles in White/Silver
With the light bouncing off of the metallic pattern, it's even prettier in person.