On our radar lately: rooms papered in tropical leaf-print wallpaper, a far cry from tiki and more subtle than the monstera-leaf trend of a couple summers ago. Take a look at a few of our favorites, wallpaper sources included.
Above: Urbane tropicana at the Hôtel Providence in Paris, where The Attic Suite is papered in Palmeral Wallpaper. Above: One of our all-time favorites: leaf-print wallpaper by French company Ananbo in one of the coolest offices we’ve seen. For a full look, see Exotica at Work: 13 Ideas to Steal from a Historic Office in Charleston. Above: Airy Honolulu Palm Green Wallpaper from Graham & Brown. Above: A pink and green scheme we can get behind: tropical wallpaper spotted alongside Artisau Gloss Pink Tile by Topps Tiles. Above: In A French-Inflected Townhouse Renovation in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, the downstairs WC is papered boldly in Cole & Son Palm Jungle Wallpaper. Above: Julie spotted the more abstract Little Havana pattern by custom wallpaper company Paper Mills, available in blue and green. Above: Tropical gets a dose of the dark side in a Parisian bedroom, with Cole & Son’s Palm Jungle wallpaper, printed on a black background. For more, see The Smallable Apartment: At Home with a Parisian Shopkeeper. Above: Another dark take: structured Palmetto Wallpaper by Atlanta, Georgia-based Clay McLaurin Studio. Above: Tropical print Botany Wallpaper from South Africa-based Lemon, printed with eco solvent ink and spotted on Gardenista (see 10 Easy Pieces: Retro Tropical Prints for Summer).
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