I am a fan of wallpaper. So much so in fact, that if not for two substantial roadblocks, namely funds and the fact that my husband is, well…not so much a fan, I would swath every wall in my home in patterned splendor.
It should be noted, that I tend to skew toward a more minimal aesthetic, so this wallpaper love of mine is not necessarily a rational one. But it is a love nonetheless. A passionate, unyielding, intense love.
You get the idea.
And the latest target of my affection is Celerie Kemble’s debut wall covering line for Schumacher. It’s all graphic yet organic, bold yet subtle. The ethereal Feather Bloom (above) is an easy favorite, but the pattern that haunts my dreams is the hand-printed sisal Cirrus Clouds in Plume (a rich teal/navy combo).
I have to figure out a way to get that action into my dining room.