Butterflies & Lavender for a Little Girl’s Room

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Looking almost like a quilt from a distance, these pretty butterflies swarm together to create a geometric pattern on the wall, while remaining natural and fluid at the same time. Best of all, they are sprinkled with little bits of glitter.

I hung this on a 12′ high accent wall in a 7 year old girl’s room, in a contemporary new home in the Montrose neighborhood of Houston. The other walls are painted a complimentary lavender. The chandelier is the crowning touch!

This wallpaper is by York, in the revived Waverly collection, in the SureStrip line, one of my favorite papers. It is a thin paper that hugs the wall nicely, and the seams are nearly invisible. It is designed to strip off the wall easily when it’s time to redecorate.

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2 Responses to “Butterflies & Lavender for a Little Girl’s Room”

  1. Eddie R. Says:

    It’s a little hard to see properly, but I do like the way the chandelier matches the purple butterfly pattern wallpaper. Maybe if you had a better camera with a flash. I usually keep a cheap digital camera on me, in addition to my phone camera- a Canon IXUS digital. It was really cheap (less than $75), is easy to hold, and takes quite good pictures. Thank you for sharing!

    • thewallpaperlady Says:

      Thanks for visiting my blog, Eddie, and thanks for your comments. You are not the first person to comment on my less-than-best quality photos. The thing is, my camera is a REAL cheapie – $20 from CVS. One day I will get a smart phone, or just a better camera. I’m kinda tech-challenged. Thanks for visiting!

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