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Love It or Hate It? All-Over Patterning in a Room

While it's likely that I would quickly tire of this vibrantly patterned wall and chest, part of me can't help coveting the exuberant design. What about you?

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dm8bri dm8bri 6 years
No. Just, no.
Nyrina-Windu Nyrina-Windu 6 years
Pretty colors but it does kinda hurt my eyes today.
reactionary reactionary 6 years
i recently saw an article in elldecor where a magazine editor literally had every room in her house like this. it was nauseating. this patter in wonderful though, used in small doses.
arcticpuppet arcticpuppet 6 years
i think it looks nice, but it is awfully busy!
c4rolin3 c4rolin3 6 years
weffie- i'm sure i've said something similar one time about the all over florals reminding me of the cheshire cat on the GG :) i think that this print looks ace on the draws, but not on the walls. and definitely not on both together!! maybe something more subtle could work?
Peggasus Peggasus 6 years
Our first house had a bedroom like that: matching wallpaper (even on the CEILING, that was fun to remove), drapes, and we were told that the bedspread and lampshades were the same. All in a 50s cabbage rose print. I do not recommend this look. Oh no, I do not.
weffie weffie 6 years
it's pretty, but i think it would make me dizzy... like the b&b they stayed in on gilmore girls when they thought the flowers were moving hahaha
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