Ok, I admit that I am mildly obsessed with wallpaper. Some do crosswords or read a good book to relax and I often find myself perusing wallpaper after a long day! Farrow & Ball’s Lotus pattern has been around for the past 4-5 years, but is picking up steam as a designer darling. I continue to see the pattern used in creative ways by top design firms. Take a look for a few favorites:
I’m not usually a lavender person, but I love this colorway and how it complements this powder room perfectly- it was from a remodel done by This Old House – photo by Anthony Tieuli. Click here for the article.
It’s elegant in the neutral gold…
The green colorway looks great with nickel and silver accents. I especially love seeing it mixed with the Delilah Silver Wall Sconce – available at The Well Appointed House.
The wallpaper is a stunner in this Charleston dining room! I love it paired with the blue and white porcelain vase (we’ve got a huge blue and white collection in our Decorative Ceramics collection).
The black, white and brass powder room from the Zhush comes together perfectly! Especially paired with the Leotine Linens towels! I sell the Carvers’ Guild collection at our sister site, The Well Appointed House – it can be done in silver or gold. Click here or the image below to order:
This entry by Lilly Bunn Interiors exudes simple elegance with the grey Lotus wallpaper:
In a neutral hue, the Lotus design looks great with pops of hot pink, too!
It works in a traditional setting with a burlwood chest and gilt mirror, as see in this photo by Lucy Williams Interior Design.
We love this Lotus blue pictured here by House & Home, photographed by Michael Graydon. This pattern works well in so many different color schemes. Which colorway is your favorite? Post your comments below!