Pink Romance

Take Back Your Favorite Shade

Pink is making a comeback in 2016. The shade previously reserved for little girl’s rooms and outdated bathrooms has taken on a new life. Pink has become a new neutral, perfect for adding a hint of color to the white rooms we’ve been seeing the past few years.
With rose quartz named one of the colors of the year, we are more ready than ever to embrace this chic shade.

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Rose Gold

Komar La Maison Wall Mural. Other images via Pinterest.

 Rose gold is one of the hottest trends of the moment. It’s a fresh take on the metallic gold designs of the past few years. The versatile finish can be paired with vintage or modern decor to match  your personal style.



Ainsley Pink Boho Floral from Kismet Collection. Other image via Pinterest.

Florals are always in style, but this year we’re seeing more subdued shades that go well with simple pieces and understated decor. Instead of the hot pink and black combo, blush and sage green are the key colors.



Brynn Grey Paisley Stripe from Kismet Collection. Other images via Pinterest.

Pink and lace are both things that have been labeled the dreaded “frilly” in the past. Now these two classics have combined to form something that is far from that. Heritage lace patterns are done in cool shades of dove grey and antique blush, bringing back the classic elegance of the designs.



Light Pink Damask wallpaper from Springtime Cottage collection. Other images via Pinterest.

Watercolors are another one of the hottest trends of the season. This soft design ties in with the comeback of handmade products. When done in chic pink shades, watercolors take on a romantic feel, with the hazy shades gracefully flowing from one to the next.



Carlise Pink Floral Stripe from Ami collection. Other images via Pinterest.

As vintage pieces have come back into style in fashion, they’ve also been appearing in  home decor. The nod to the past allows for a greater range of decor pieces. This vintage pink floral wallpaper has a chic watercolor finish, tying in the last trend, with a contemporary stripe pattern. The mixture of styles creates an eclectic style you can make all your own.

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Chinoiserie Chic Historical - Romantic - Timeless Image via SF Girl by Bay This beautiful decorating style has a long history. Dating back to the seventeenth century, chinoiserie has transformed through the generations. A mixture of East and West filled with romantic details and idyllic imagery, this cultured design theme has a lovely and ornate look. From Asian inspired fabrics to botanical wallpaper designs, chinoiserie can take on a va...

The Fab 8! Our Favorite Decorating Blogs Revealed

8 Fabulous Design Blogs That Inspire

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Apartment Therapy’s “Curl Up With a Coffee and Enjoy These Cozy, Winter-Ready Outdoor Spaces” post which is a favorite of ours!

1. Apartment Therapy

With over 8 million unique monthly visitors, Apartment Therapy is definitely doing something right! And so it’s no surprise that they are at the top of our list as being one of the best design blogs out there. With style trends, DIY ideas, entertaining tips, renovation help and now even a special section dedicated to weddings, this site is just getting better with age.

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Cottage House Tour, Sausalito, CA – Apartment Therapy

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A beautiful detailed shot from the above house tour via Apartment Therapy

One of our favorite sections to visit daily has to be the Tours tab. Allowing you to peek into some of the most beautifully decorated apartments, studios and workspaces around, although you might feel a bit of envy at first (we sure did!), this beneficial tool can help you discover your own personal style as well offer tips and tricks on making everything in your space work together in perfect harmony.

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Before & After DIY Credenza via Apratment Therapy

Another spot that you should spend more than just a couple minutes is the Before & After’s where you can watch ordinary and outdated furniture become new again or a tiny living space opened up and refreshed. This tab will definitely inspire and maybe just get you motivated to spruce something up in your own home.

2. Design Milk

Design Milk slides into our #2 category. Focusing more on art, architecture and design, we love it because it’s a place that sparks creativity while featuring information that you really can’t find anywhere else. From columns such as Get Out! which showcase unique and sometimes obscure outdoor items such as chairs, grills, lamps and more, to Deconstruction which strips down products to show you how exactly they were made, you definitely will never be left bored, rather quite the opposite.

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Where I Work: Nina Bruun of Muuto via Design Milk

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Details around Nina Bruun’s Copenhagen office via Design Milk

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An inspired view from above via Design Milk

The section Where I Work is an area that we like to frequent quite often not just for the gorgeous work spaces that have us thinking how can we transform our own office, but also because of the inspiring people behind them. Each story features a Q&A that allows you to take a glance inside some of the most coveted jobs and spaces around the globe.

3. Remodelista

A fantastic sourcebook for inspiration, Remodelista is home to millions of photographs, experts, products, advice and more. Whether you are in the process of renovating or not, this is the place where you’ll find that next great idea! Shop editor’s picks, peruse through popular styles such as rustic, modern and industrial or rather sit back and let your mouse take the reigns.

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Steal This Look: Tiina’s Summer Tabletop Setting via Remodelista

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It’s all in the details! Steal This Look via Remodelista

Steal This Look happens to be a favorite section of ours. From a serene bedroom in London to a gorgeous summer tabletop top setting, Steal This Look allows you to replicate everything you see by giving you a list of items and products so that you can create the same exact look in your own home. Now how great is that?

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5 Quick Fixes: Repurposed Doors as Decor via Remodelista

5 Quick Fixes is another great place to check out. From solutions to anchoring your outdoor tablecloth to new ways to hang art, this is a wonderful source that gives you new and creative ideas to use all throughout your home.

4. Habitually Chic

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House Envy via Habitually Chic

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Sara Ruffin Costello in her New Orleans home via Habitually Chic

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Kitchen details in Sara Ruffin Costello’s New Orleans home via Habitually Chic

Coming in at #4 is the fashionable blog Habitually Chic. With the tagline “Glamorous Lives & Stylish Places”, you know it has to be good! Featured in Elle Decor, House Beautiful and Domino, Habitually Chic takes you from gorgeous spaces around the world to the best in fashion, color inspiration and even a peek into some great movies (all for the decor of course!).

5. Quintessence

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Carolyne Roehm for Baccarat Holiday via Quintessence

Run by Stacey Bewkes, art director turned blogger, Quintessence takes you on a journey through beautiful art, stunning design, inspired spaces, fashion, travel and a whole lot more. We absolutely love her videos that feature a look into designers and friends homes such as ready to wear bridal designer Lela Rose. These videos give you a front row seat to tour the most beautiful spaces around that you would never have had the chance to view without Stacey!

6. Fashionable Hostess

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How to host a garden party via Fashionable Hostess

From your home to your table to your wardrobe, the Fashionable Hostess has us mesmerized! Giving us tips for hosting the perfect weekend brunch to unbelievable tablescapes, this is the blog we come to for all our entertaining needs whether it be the menu, set-up or just how to make a great lasting impression.

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Nursery merchandising ideas via Fashionable Hostess

Also featured is a whole section that focuses on your special little one. With adorable nursery ideas, first birthday tips and the cutest fashion you ever will see, we could spend all day scrolling through this extra sweet tab.

7. Dear Lillie


A look into Jennifer Holmes den via Dear Lillie

Featuring a host of cottage style decorating ideas, Dear Lillie written by Jennifer Holmes (wife, mother and blogger!), takes you on a journey through the French countryside with an array of beautiful vintage furniture hacks. From a DIY Restoration Hardware inspired rolling cart to a chic tufted ottoman, these step by step tutorials should not be missed.

8. Reading My Tea Leaves


Snapshot from “My Week in Objects (mostly)” via Reading My Tea Leaves

Reading My Tea Leaves may be the most fascinating blogs to read through. Author Erin Boyle shows you the beauty of living simply. With decluttering solutions for the New Year to her series “Life in a Tiny Apartment”, she shows you that you don’t need a ton of “stuff” to live a fabulous life.

Another series on the blog that’s truly captivating is the one labeled “Make-Believe“. Whether it’s exploring the Oregon coast on an afternoon or dreaming up the perfect entryway, this enticing section creates a lovely collage of items to enjoy or create just that.

What is your favorite decorating blog? We would love to hear so drop us a line @brewsterhome!

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Happy New Year! Decorating for Happiness! DIY Clock Balloons via Studio DIY

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Top 9 Decor Trends We Are Loving for 2016

Keep Your Home Fresh & Fabulous This Year!

2016 Decor Trends

Image via Pinterest

New year, new set of trends! Every year we get extremely excited to see what decor trends may have stuck around and which ones are completely fresh and new. In 2015 we saw a ton of blue, bold and modern geometrics, decor with an industrial chic edge and of course glistening metallics. So what’s in store for the coming year? We thought you would never ask! Come and explore with us the top trends we are just head over heels for in 2016. From blush pinks to beautiful embellishments, we’re pretty sure we won’t want 2016 to ever end.

1. Think PINK!

Who doesn’t love pink? Ok so maybe not everyone, but the pink that is making it to the top charts this year is a beautiful soft pink that is effortlessly charming. From pastel pink walls to just a pop of pink, this sweet hue is not one to be missed.

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Images via Pattern Curator, Better Homes and Gardens, Domino & Apartment Therapy

2. Bold Botanicals

Nature has always been a focus in decor but in 2016 it takes a bigger and bolder look. Larger than life florals, birds, trees and leaves help your home keep that eco-chic vibe while also playing with texture and size. Textiles to walls, this trend can be seen from top to bottom and everywhere in between.

botanical prints

Images via Zara Home, WGSN & Brewster Home Fashions

3. Yes, Wallpaper!

We saw wallpaper take a huge leap last year and it is still going strong! This year we see natural surfaces take flight such as faux woods, brick and stone as well as retro style geometrics, metallics and wallpaper done in more soft and subtle hues. Also trending for the new year, wallpaper in the kitchen!

faux wood wallpaper

Images via Reclaimed Wallpaper Collection (coming soon!)

geometric wallpaper

Images via Symetrie by A-Street Prints

4. Deep Blues

The color blue might have been the star of 2015 but we are still continuing to watch it gain momentum. In 2016 expect to see a lot more indigo as well as pairings of blue and white. Coating textiles such as curtains, rugs and pillows to dinnerware and furniture, this fabulous trend is especially easy to incorporate into your own home.

indigo decor

Images via Anthropologie, WGSN, Neiman Marcus & Decorista

5. Reclaimed & Repurposed

We’ve been seeing the appreciation for vintage materials and goods gradually increase throughout the years and 2016 is no different. From tiles that look to have been aged over time to wood planks chipped with paint, these imperfect textures and finishes are bigger than ever.

reclaimed wood surfaces

Images via WGSN & Brewster Home Fashions

6. Glistening Gold

The color gold can truly transform a room. That’s why we weren’t surprised to see it among the top home decor trends once again. Coupled with other warm metallics such as copper and nickel, these glistening hues are definitely sticking around.

gold decor

Images via WGSN, H&M, Real Simple and Brewster Home Fashions

7. Welcoming Words

We’re no longer just seeing sweet sentiments such as love and home sweet home on doormats or signs that welcome you inside but we are seeing them all throughout the home. From words on the wall to bedspreads and pillows that speak happiness, 2016 is the year where our hopes, dreams, thoughts and more adorn all of our decor. 

welcome decor

Images via WGSN & Script by Eijffinger

8. Chinoiserie Chic

Also making a splash in 2016, beautiful chinoiserie prints! With an Asian influence, these cultured designs feature graceful florals, harmonious toiles and elegant nature scenes that add an exotic touch to walls and textiles alike.

chinoiserie decor

Images via Brewster Home Fashions, Apartment Therapy and Elements of Style Blog

9. Fine Embellishments

Last but not least we love all the embellished finishes that are adorning linens, wall coverings, cushions, throws and more. Beautiful beading, luxe flock detailing and fabulous fringe are a few of our favorites.

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Images via WGSN & Script by Eijffinger

Which is your favorite decor trend for 2016? Share with us on Facebook or tag us on Instagram @brewsterhome!

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Video: White Brick Feature Wall

Makeover Your Room in Minutes

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Images via Pinterest

Exposed brick feature walls are one of the biggest trends to emerge in home décor over the past few years. White brick takes this trend one step further, creating a subtle contrast that brightens up bare walls and gives the perfect amount of visual intrigue.

This feature wall was created using a brand new peel and stick wallpaper that can be applied in minutes. The wallpaper required no paste or brushes, simply remove the paper backing and adhere the design smoothly on the wall.
The best part is that the wallpaper doesn’t harm the surfaces it’s applied to. When it’s time to come down, simply peel it off—no tools needed. This is the perfect décor solution if you live in a rental or dorm.

To see how to create your own white brick feature wall, watch the video below:

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Visit our website to purchase your own White Brick NuWallpaper and see the rest of the collection.

If you try this project in your own home, we would love to see! Tag us on Instagram or Twitter @BrewsterHome.

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Decor Trend: A Very Rustic Holiday

How to Nail that Rustic-Chic Look!

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Image via MyDomaine

One of our favorite holiday decor trends is that stylish rustic look that easily brings warmth and cheer to your home while keeping the decorations to a minimum. This year we asked ourselves, so what does it really take to achieve this coveted trend, which seems so effortless and chic? After perusing a number of holiday interiors, we came up with a list of important items to include that will easily help you nail that rustic-chic look in a matter of minutes!

Mason Jars: Most of us already have mason jars lying around somewhere, which makes this item an easy one! Simply fill with berries, branches, greens and more for a natural and rustic accent on any table in your home.

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Image via Pinterest

holiday mason jars

Images via Pinterest

Birch Wood: Birch wood is beautiful and rugged and can easily bring a touch of the outdoors in to enjoy during the holiday season. Whether you actually have a working fireplace or not, placing birch wood logs throughout your home from your entryway to your living room, makes a perfectly rustic accent.

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Image via Brewster Home Fashions

birch wood basket

Image via Setting for Four Blog

Cozy Knits: Whether you decide to wrap your tree in a blanket or fill a basket with cozy throws to keep you warm, this simple addition to your holiday interior brings warmth to your room that will remind you of a rustic lodge retreat.

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Image via Dream Book Design

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Images via Style Me Pretty & Life on Virginia Street

Greenery: This might be the simplest of them all! From wreaths to rustic tin buckets filled with spruce branches, adding pops of green foliage throughout your interior will make your decor come alive!

holiday wreaths

Images via Kinfolk

Plaid: Always a tried and true favorite, plaid offers that cozy and comfortable look, conjuring up memories of a snowy afternoon enjoyed indoors with a cup of hot cocoa. Easily incorporate with a simple throw or warm wallpaper design.

plaid blanket

Image via City Farmhouse

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Image via Brewster Home Fashions

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5 Steps To Country Cottage Style


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Dreamy meadows, pastel hues, sunny mornings sipping tea on a secluded porch. The cottage lifestyle is one of slow serenity, ensconced in the time honored comforts of home.
Time moves a little slower. The light stays a little longer. The birds sing a little sweeter.

Our cottage style wallpaper is a memorable mix of old and new, where heirloom treasures harmonize with modern life. This beautiful assortment of fresh florals, vintage French prints, and shabby chic inspirations is full of picture perfect charm.

  1. Statement Furniture


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Antique statement furniture is a way to immediately set the tone for a room. You can decorate the entire space around one piece by making it a focal point, or by pulling in other items to match the style.

2. Vintage Accessories


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Vintage accessories are an easy way to complete the look of a room. Classic cameras, delicate teacups, leather bound books, and antique suitcases add ambience and visual cues as to the mood of the room. A touch of whimsy and a hint of imperfection sets cottage style apart from French Provincial decor.

3. Beautiful Wallpaper


Wallpaper from The Cottage collection

One of the most impactful ways to give your home a country cottage makeover is with a beautiful wallpaper. Beautiful florals and toiles are classic patterns that will maintain their style for years to come.

4. A Little Sparkle

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A crystal chandelier, a glass door knob, or a jeweled necklace carefully placed add just a touch of glamour. You can go as big or small as you like, just enough to catch the light.

5. Fresh Flowers


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Not only will fresh flowers look beautiful, they’ll make your room smell amazing. Their aromatherapy properties will make for a relaxing environment, which is really what cottage style is about: enjoying the simple moments when the light filters through the window, when cookies come fresh out of the oven, when you have time to sit down and read the book you bought three years ago.

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A Look We Love: Marble

Decorating Ideas for Every Space

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A luxe faux marble wallpaper from Eijffinger

When you first think of marble, most likely surfaces such as countertops, sinks and backsplashes will cross your mind because that’s where we’re used to seeing it displayed. However, there are actually a host of other decor options when it comes to this fascinating texture.

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A black marble fireplace steals the spotlight in this modern living space via My Domaine

Although most common in white, marble comes in a variety of other colors such as black, grey and blue. Swirls of pink or flecks of gold are also options when selecting your perfect marble finish.

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Perfect gold details via Birmingham Home & Garden

So what other surfaces can marble adorn? Let’s take a look below at some marvelous uses of marble in the home.

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Image via A House in the Hills

Instead of opting for a traditional kitchen table, choose one that’s marble! Already stylish and chic, the only thing you’ll have to worry about is setting the table; the rest is done for you!

marble shower

Image via Pinterest

Looking extra chic inside a shower stall, marble can truly transform your bathroom space, making it appear to be as luxurious as the loo inside Buckingham Palace.

marble wallpaper

A designer wallcovering from Eijffinger featuring a mesmerizing geometric marble texture

Agate Turquoise wallpaper

A gorgeous turquoise wallpaper design from the upcoming Azmaara Collection (coming soon!)

Bring a marble look to walls with wallpaper! Adding both texture and depth, this wonderful decor option helps you to customize your space without spending a fortune on the real thing.

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A framed marble print can reawaken boring walls via Pinterest

Using is marble as an accent in your home is another wonderful use that allows you to play with texture in a much smaller form.

marble tray

A subtle and elegant use of marble via Wonderdeco

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Add this marble surfboard in your entryway for instant gratification via Apartment Therapy

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Decor Spotlight: The Greek Key

Beautiful Variations of this Timeless Design

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Greek key designed decorative pillows via Z Gallerie

Dating back to Ancient Greece, the Greek key design (also termed meander motif or Greek fret) was an important symbol that represented infinity and unity. Adorning temples, architecture, pottery and more, this memorable print has truly been around for centuries.

greek key wall art

Wall art via Brit + Co that shows even in grand form, the Greek key print is perfectly chic

Now popping up on anything from rugs and chairs to dressers and lamps, this timeless motif is taking on a variety of forms. From large-scale designs to tiny and more intricate patterns, the Greek key can make a fashionable impression both big and small.

Take a look at some of our favorite uses below…

Furniture: Enhancing anything from the backs of chairs to a DIY dresser, this geometric inspired design gives furniture a chic, modern look.

greek key furniture

Images via Studio 882 & Amanda Carol Interiors

greek key dresser

Images via Bond Girl Glam & Decor Pad

Wallpaper: Using the Greek key design in wallpaper creates a fascinating arrangement on walls. The clean, simple form created by lines that seem to never end makes for a contemporary and artful backdrop in any room.

greek key wallpaper

Images via Brewster Home Fashions

Hardware: The beauty of hardware is that it can transition an item from drab to fab in a matter of minutes. From simple to the more intricate as seen below, the Greek key motif looks stunning both ways.

greek key hardware

Images via Censational Girl & Pinterest

Curtains: A subtle yet sophisticated accent in any space, curtains, valances, and shades are perfect surfaces to flaunt the Greek key.

greek key curtains

Images via Pinterest & Driven by Decor

Rugs: Go bold with an area rug design that stands out but also complements the rest of decor.

greek key rug

Image via My Chic Nest

Unexpected & Clever: We loved the look of some of these clever uses. From closet doors to a beautiful jewelry display, the Greek key brought its perfect form to decor we would never have expected!

greek key closet doors

Image via Refinery 29

greek key design

Images via Pinterest & Etsy

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Why We’re Wild About This Trend

Safari Decorating Done Right! 

zebra wallpaper

Looking for a new decor trend? Well hop right on the safari bandwagon because this decorating theme is anything but boring! Wild without being over the top, modern without being too edgy and chic while sticking to the basics, this wonderful mix of patterns and prints, wood and bamboo, fashions a stylish haven that looks to have come from the pages of national geographic. If you’re worried about pulling it off just right, we’ve got some tips to styling the perfect sophisticated safari look below.

Animal Prints

Perhaps the #1 most important decorating piece, animal prints bring the African safari to you in way that’s sophisticated, luxurious and of course stylish. From zebra and giraffe prints to leopard and of course the famous cheetah, easily add a pop of jungle fever through a fashionable rug or fur lined bench or even a fabulous throw and decorative pillows!

faux leopard bench

Image via

zebra rug

Image via West Elm

ralph lauren living room

Image via Ralph Lauren Home

Dark Wood

Rich stained wood perhaps goes the best with a palette that usually includes blacks, whites and browns. Off-setting rugged artifacts to black and white photographs, using pieces of dark furniture will equip your room with the sophistication it needs to steer clear of ending up in the category of “tacky”.

safari themed living room

Image via A Decorator’s Notebook Blog

kitchen safari

Image via House Beautiful

Photography & Portraits

Capturing the sheer size of animals in their natural habitat to the raw beauty of the sun setting in the Serengeti gives your space authenticity. Incorporating these real life images into your safari theme not only brings culture to your space but it remains grounded in the true beauty of this fascinating decor trend.

giraffe portrait

Image via Mix and Chic Blog

elephant photograph

Image via Pinterest

zebra photograph

Image via Brewster Home Fashions

African Inspired Artifacts

You don’t have to travel to Africa to complete your room. Unexpected pieces that look to have been collected from half a world away such as bamboo and wooden bowls, beautifully woven baskets, grasscloth and elephant statues, can tie your entire look together.

African basket feature wall

Image via The Vault Files

Safari themed kitchen

Image via Pinterest

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Pinterest Inspired Home Decor DIYs


We’ve put together four DIY projects that you can do with your extra wallpaper! Watch the video, or follow our written instructions below to out your own spin on these fun projects.

Covering Drawers

wallpaper covered drawer

Double Sided Tape or other Adhesive
Tape Measure or Ruler
Pen or Pencil
Wallpaper (amount depends upon size of drawers)

Step 1: Clear out and measure depth and width of your drawers.
Step 2: Cut out your wallpaper, adding two inches to the height measurement so that you have length to fold over the top and bottom of the drawer.
Step 3: Apply double sided tape or other adhesive to your wallpaper.
Step 4: Apply the paper to your drawer sides.
Step 5: Cut off any excess paper and enjoy your new drawers!


floral wallpaper garland bunting

Pen or Pencil
Wallpaper (3-4 ft)

Step 1: Cut out your template.
Step 2: Trace your template on the back of your wallpaper. If you would like your garland to be double sided, trace triangles in a diamond pattern, leaving off the folded edge (it should look like <> ).
Step 3: Fold over the top of the triangles.
Step 4: Tape your triangles around the ribbon, securing in place if you are leaving space between the triangles.
Step 5: Hang your garland!

Gift Envelopes

DIY toile envelopes

Wallpaper (1 ft per envelope)

Step 1: Cut out template.
Step 2: Trace template on the back of your wallpaper. Use a pencil so you can erase the lines after.
Step 3: Cut out your wallpaper.
Step 4: Fold all of the straight edges of the envelopes.
Step 5: Put a piece of tape sticky side out, on the back of one of the side flaps of the envelope. Fold that flap in. Fold the opposite flap in so that it adheres to the other half of the piece of tape.
Step 6: Place a piece of double stick tape on the back of the bottom flap and fold it up.


Branch Wall Hanging

DIY ribbon branch wall hanging

Branch or Dowel
Wallpaper (2-4 ft)

Step 1: Cut out shapes from your wallpaper. Try cutting out elements of the print as well as shapes like feathers.
Step 2: Cut lengths of ribbon. You can cut these to any length you like. We chose to use various lengths to go with the natural feel of the design.
Step 3: Tie the ribbon to the branch or dowel.
Step 4: Tape your wallpaper cut outs the ends of the ribbon.
Step 5: Tie a piece of twine to both ends of the branch and hang your masterpiece!

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