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new: jocelyn warner wallpaper (and guest blog diy)

by Grace Bonney


wallpaper designer extraordinaire jocelyn warner recently introduced two beautiful new patterns to her collection- “tree tops” and “poppy”. as always, i can’t decide which i like best. the poppy print is so cheerful but still elegant, and i love the metallic version of tree tops. it’s right in line with sarah fox’s fantastic metallic gift wrap diy project on the d*s guest blog today. click here for more on jocelyn warner’s lovely wallpapers and click here for sarah fox’s metallic gift wrap project (image below).

ps: stay tuned for a special sneak peek today at 1pm and don’t forget to vote for the ugliest pillow contest!




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Comments

  • these papers are gorgeous. i love those trees. i don’t know what kind of tree it is but i’ve been staring at them all summer. the tiny leaves are so perfect. great product photography as well. those “pom-like” puffy purple flowers are lovely.

  • Ohhhh I love all of these! I agree with Sarah’s comment above that the product photography is perfect. The little wooden chair on the bottom is sweet. I had those cool pom flowers in the garden at my old house. I think it’s called Arum and it’s a type of onion bulb…

  • The wallpapers are stunningly beautiful! I also really like the gift wrap. Maybe we’ll try it – I’ve got a little boy who is all about crafts.

  • i used to be the type who changed everything with interiors depending on the color scheme of the changing seasons – but that got to be soooo much work. now i try to have a “canvas” that works year round with changeable accessories. these wallpapers are perfect for that – they could easily work with any season. especially #4&#5 – GREAT!

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