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Love It or Hate It? All-Over Florals

Actress Chloe Sevigny's bedroom's floral effect may overwhelm some of you, but I'm finding it rather charming. I think the red desk and industrial chair offset the otherwise feminine look. However, I don't know how long I could live in something this flower-powered. What do you think?


Chouette4u Chouette4u 8 years
Just looking at this makes me feel uncomfortable
nygurl nygurl 8 years
can you say overkill?
LittleMzFit LittleMzFit 8 years
Maybe just halfway up the wall then paint the rest a solid color. I :heart: flowers but it's just too much of a good thing. That turquoise color would wear on me.
stephazebra stephazebra 8 years
Definitely need a solid for the bedspread, but the walls and ceiling are great!
Sumhope Sumhope 8 years
not my thing and frankly this is all wrong for a bedroom a bedroom should be where one can relax and wind down since the ultimate goal is sleep this would just give me a headache
JessieSP JessieSP 8 years
That photo made my eyes hurt for a few seconds. If it wasn't for the rails on the bed, you wouldn't be able to see it. That's just TOO much.
beautifulmel beautifulmel 8 years
OMG flowers are only ok if they are REAL and will DIE. And only as an accent, NEVER as the main pattern. EVER.
pinkpeonygirl pinkpeonygirl 8 years
It makes me feel like hyperventilating. It feels like the ceiling will come down on you. Wow, so not for me.
Segat1 Segat1 8 years
It made me feel like Alice in Wonderland, too SMALL!!! Claustrophobic!
c4rolin3 c4rolin3 8 years
it's just too much on the ceiling and the door too. on the walls would be fine and actually quite nice..... but not everywhere. agree with plus_2_kid it's extremely claustrophobic. reminds me of the gilmore girls and the cheshire cat B+B!
glynislily glynislily 8 years
It makes me think of Olive Snook's apartment. You just need matching PJs.
plus_2_kid plus_2_kid 8 years
ohmygod that makes me so claustrophobic. I can't handle anything except WHITE for a ceiling.
dm8bri dm8bri 8 years
Ugh - how in the world does a person even sleep in this room? I would not be able to relax.
im not even big on ALOT of the new "in" wallpapers.. ESPECIALLY not this look! talk about and in and out trend that will have you pulling your hair out as you try to peel away the wallpaper next year!
tepiza tepiza 8 years
Zivanod Zivanod 8 years
Maybe without the ceiling being done up,I'b be able to tolerate it but no ... it's just too much for me!
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
I'm scared.
nylorac nylorac 8 years
how does she know where the bed is in all of that camafloged mess?
Peggasus Peggasus 8 years
Oh no no no. In our first house the master bedroom was all-over too: walls, ceiling, drapes, and we were told even the bedspread and lampshades were the same. Only it was even worse than this pic, ours was a pinky-red 60s cabbage rose pattern. Honestly, I still shudder when I think about that damn room. The previous owners had wallpapered the ceilings of three of the four bedrooms in that house. Have you ever tried to remove wallpaper from ceilings? It is not fun.
hippiecowgirl hippiecowgirl 8 years
I'm not a fan. It's just way too much and the eye has nowhere to rest.
sushikay sushikay 8 years
If you took away the flowered bedspread the the flowered ceiling it wouldn't be so over-powering. Is this her childhood bedroom? It looks very little-girly to me.
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