Firstly, I just want to say a big huge thank you for all the lovely comments about my little bathroom makeover. You guys are just so lovely, I wanna give ya big smoochie kisses. So thank you, every single comment made me smile. For those of you new to my blog, I’m so pleased you stopped by and have decided to follow, I’m so excited to share our little journey with you – big smoochie kisses for you as well!
Secondly, apologies for the lack of posts recently – as some of you are probably very well aware, Blogger was down for ‘maintenance’ for a day and a half so I took that as a little sign to give myself a couple days off from blogging! I do love it, reaching out to everyone and having a chat and connecting with all of you who are as design-obessessed as myself but I think sometimes a break away from it can be a good thing. You return with renewed vigour, don’t you?
So, that all said, I just wanted to share some gorgeous wallpaper that I came across a little while ago. Trove‘s collection of wallpaper panels are both unique and deliciously beautiful. Based in New York, they create large scale prints using photographic imagery with stunning results.
|I love the way the pattern is more dense and then gets lighter
as it goes down, almost like the petals are falling…
|I love the baby as part of the styling! So cute!|
|This is probably my favourite. Fabulous.|
You really must check out the detail on that one…
|A little Hitchcock-esque perhaps but I still love it.|
|This would add so much impact to a library or office.|
I have to share the detail on this one as well because it’s really quite extraordinary…
|This would add a lovely soft magical touch to a nursery or bedroom, wouldn’t it?|
You can order 6″ samples for $2 or an 18″ sample for $12 on their website. Prices start at $16 per square foot but enquires are taken through the website. They have showrooms all over the United States as well as Canada, New Zealand and Australia but nothing at the moment in Europe (sob!). In the meantime, I’ll just admire from afar.
So what do you think? Any favourites? And if so, where would you use it in your home?
All images Trove.