I gravitate toward animal prints. And bold, bright colors, of course. The Sailor-- not so much. So, if I'm going to use any of this way-better-than-paint, fabulous wall covering anywhere in the house, I am going to have to be ready to compromise.
Another one of my favorites is Tibaut's Shangri-La Ivana. The combo of coral and turquoise is so fresh and cheerful. And how about the matching fabric headboard and bed frame paired with crisp white linens? Swoon!
Here's another compromise. Rather than entirely papering the walls, we could use it as an accent or frame it. Bonus! Inexpensive artwork.
While we're compromising, there's another paper that is much more the Sailor's style than the Thibaut designs. Woods, made by Cole & Son, doesn't scream safari and it's not vibrant. But I might be able to convince the Sailor that it belongs in our house. He is an outdoorsman and nature-lover after all.
Here's the room from Hunted Interior where I first spotted the Woods wallpaper. The Hunted Interior's Kristin Jackson is so talented. Check out Kristin's home tour-- She's created such a luxurious and eclectic space for her family!
I have some time to practice the art of