Last week I’d said I wanted to have the wallpaper put up by this first check in. And… it didn’t happen. I guess to give myself credit, I did pick up some slack off the other weeks.
Friday evening I started to exhibit the signs of a friendly stomach bug. Yeah… All the time I’d thought I’d be dedicating to wallpapering turned into recovery time. But I am better and I’m ready to get this task done!
Progress on My Global Boho Dining ROOM Refresh
The wallpaper I’m using for the space is Descano provided by Wallpaper Bohlevard. If you’ve been here for a while, you may vaguely remember my trying to narrow down what wallpaper patter. I wanted in this space. Yes, this same space. Haha.
Instead of putting up the wallpaper, I found myself collection accessories from about the house. And I picked up a few treasures from Amazon and Cost Plus World Market.
I plan on using these really reflective and boho mandala tapestries I bought through Amazon as the curtains in this space. I really don’t need curtains, but I feel like they add a layer of coziness to a space that is unmatched with any othere decorating.
From World Market, I picked up some picture frames, a lamp, a pouf, a pillow (that may already have found a home elsewhere in the house 🙄), a lantern and some hanging decor.
And the main three pieces that are really pulling the color scheme of this space together is the Idalia print by Juniper Briggs on minted.com, the pink and green Ghanaian handmade basket I picked up at the Virginia coastal home and Garden show, and the ceramic bowl I thrifted… some measure of time that’s a while ago but I can’t remember specifically.
The chairs you’re getting a peek of are from LampsPlus. I love that they’re upholstered yet still very in vibe with the mid-century feel I wanted some of the pieces in the room to have.
Am I on schedule? Ehhhhh…. I’ll know better next week 😉.
In between updates, I did share a collection of lights that are perfect over a dining table in a bohemian style space. If you missed that:
If you don’t already know and are just jumping into things, this progress is part of the New Year New Room Refresh Challenge. Hosted by Stephanie of Casa Watkins Living, the challenge has a group of bloggers/stylist refresh a space within 4 weeks. The other participants are links here:
Casa Watkins Living // A Designer At Home // Bigger Than The Three Of Us // Domicile 37 // Fresh Crush // Iris Nacole // Monica Wants It // Pocketful of Posies // Seeking Lavender Lane // Sharon Joyce Interiors // This Is Our Bliss // Up To Date Interiors // Vintage Romance Style
And a thank you to the sponsoring companies of this annual challenge: