Now that our boys are getting bigger, I finally feel like I can reclaim a few spaces in the house that are grown-up zones. One of these spaces is our living-dining room. Now that the toys are out of there, I am getting inspired to do more decorating.
One design feature I’ve been swooning over are fantastic wallpaper murals, epitomized by De Gournay. Let’s take a moment to swoon together…
I’m not ready to commit to a mural, but I’m thinking of incorporating something like this into a standing screen/ room divider. I’ve been researching fabric options, and here’s what I’ve focused in on. Let me know your favorite!
I found several gorgeous options by Nouveau Bohemian on Spoonflower, and I’m especially drawn to the Birds and Bees pattern in aqua or rose:
The closest fabric I found to the mural wallpapers is the series Jenny Peony, Jenny Cherry Blossom, and Jenny Kumquat by Domesticate on Spoonflower.
Another print that I love is Robert Allen Vintage Plumes for Dwell Studio.
This pattern is available in yardage in jade:
Or as bedding in dove from Dwell Studio:
Or how about Robert Allen Neo Toile? I made need to make five screens! I found this and the Vintage Plumes on fabricguru.com, one of my favorite sources for decorating fabric, because it’s easy to search and has great choices.
One more idea I have is to adapt some of my mom’s old paintings and print them on Spoonflower! That would be so special, if I can get the technology worked out.