Wallpaper gives you the opportunity to create illusions that weren’t there before.
When Ellie designed her original ‘Dark Floral’ Wallpaper, she had a statement wall in mind. But some of her clients, Amber Lewis of Amber Interiors and Emily Schuman of the blog Cupcakes and Cashmere, had a different vision for it.
Their idea was to apply this large, dramatic print to a small powder room space (including the ceiling).
The ‘before and after’ photos they shared in February of 2014, just a few months after we had launched our web shop, show what wallpaper can do for a space like this.
Here are some images of theirs and other powder rooms that clients have created using our wallpapers, as well as some feedback they’ve shared with us:
“Her wallpapers look like beautiful oil paintings and the large scale floral pattern worked remarkably well in the small space. It's quickly turned into one of my favorite rooms in the house.”
- Cupcakes and Cashmere
“Em and G really wanted to make a statement in this perfect little powder bath. We searched for wallpapers that would be as impactful as possible and not something we may have already seen before.”
- Amber Interiors
“Want to live in this powder room forever.”
- brittnikaliSeriously (Instagram)
“Ok, let's talk about this powder room. I know most people don't love spending a ton of time in the bathroom, but seriously, this is one of my absolute favorite rooms in the house! This amazing wall paper is courtesy of Ellie Cashman Design, and let me just say, it is beyond compare. I am thrilled with the way it turned out, and I absolutely love the subtle green tone that pulls the mudroom together”
- A Brunette Story
Renée van de Besselaar