abigail borg


Ok, I couldn’t resist one more piece of eye candy before we jump into today’s fantastic DIY projects: patterned wallpaper and fabric from designer Abigail Borg. I can’t get enough of the patterns above and below. And I can already see it installed in my hallway — what a bright, cheery pattern that would be to walk past every day. Swoon . . . one day. Until I have a home I’m allowed to paper, I’ll keep window/laptop shopping. If you’re allowed to hang wallpaper in your home, click here to check out more of Abigail’s beautiful work. xo, grace

  1. kate hart says:

    oh my goodness, i adore this wallpaper!! i hear you though… it’s hard being a renter and not being able to paint/use wallpaper. ohhh.. to own a house :)

  2. Amy Cox says:

    What amazing wallpaper! I love the colours, the print. Everything about it.

  3. Melissa says:

    I love this wallpaper! The coral one really speaks to my style.

    I can’t help but point out that I found those exact shoes at the thrift store for $3. It was the ultimate score that I’m still giddy about!

  4. Evie says:

    I can’t hang wall paper, which didn’t bother me before…until I saw that second picture. LOVE that print, must have it, will face the consequences! haha ok maybe not, but it makes me want to.

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