Spellbound by Graham & Brown

I know Halloween is long gone, but I’ll always have a soft spot for things that are a little spooky or creepy. Maybe it’s my inner child (who is a little on the goth side), but whenever I see patterns that use darker colors and feature spiders or creepy crawlies, I kind of love it. These new wallpapers are part of the Spellbound collection from Graham & Brown. Inspired by storybooks and magical tales, the collection has glittery elements that I can’t resist. I know some people will feel this is better suited for children, but I have a feeling that someone out there could make this work just perfectly for a (slightly moody) adult’s room. My favorite styles, Cobweb and Stardust, are above and below, but you can check out the full collection and place orders online right here. As a renter, I can’t wallpaper my room, but my inner goth will be wallpapering away in my imagination. Black lipstick and Cure tapes can’t be far behind . . . xo, grace

  1. johanna says:

    I love the mermaids! I can see it in my little girls’ bathroom.

  2. Miss Heliotrope says:

    O fun – I like the fairy toile as well, but – one needs a few spare rooms to paper.

  3. Hannah says:

    I do love a good cobweb, would totally go for this in my bathroom!

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