Monday, April 29, 2013

Get *Cozy* and Commit. For Now.

Ya'll know that I'm not afraid to throw a bold wallpaper up on my walls.  I love my Meg Braff Up in a Tree paper and it's been permanently glued to my mudroom walls for decades to come (only because I'm sooo not going to be the fool that removes that stuff with a Spackle and chisel).  I guess you can say that I loved that Kelly green and Chinoiserie pattern so much that I wasn't afraid to commit to it. 

But I get it.  There are many reasons a person may not want to decorate their home in permanent wallpaper.   There have been times in my own decorating where I've chosen a more conservative approach.  (I experimented with a basic stripe removable wallpaper in my kids' bathroom (more here).  It's such a cinch and I love it...

Renters, students, decorators that like to experiment, and plain ole commitment-phobes--fear no more! It's time to commit.  Temporarily.   

Hyggee & West has an exciting offering of modern removable wallpaper tiles.  

You will drool when you see these interiors.  All decorated with Hygge & West removable tiles.  All as temporary as you want them to be.  Yes. That's correct. You can peel them off at any time. Imagine the possibilities.

Daydream Paper | Photo from Beacon Hill Apartment as appeared in Boston Magazine | Courtesy of Hygge & West Blog

Photo via Hygge & West

Lisa Congdon Triangles (Yellow | Black) Photo from Daniel Kanter's Manhattan Apartment
Petal Pusher Paper | Photo via Emily Henderson

Via Decor8 Blog

 Take a look at how one room is transformed in an afternoon with Triangles (Charcoal and Gold)
Before | After

Below are some of my favorite tiles (all photos courtesy of Hygge & West):

Daydream Lavendar Tile Hygge & West

Oragami Cream Tile Hygge & West

Petal Pusher Taupe | White Hygge & West

My ultimate favorite is the Daydream paper as pictured in the Beacon Hill apartment stairway above.  I could see this in a nursery or a bathroom too.  I also *LOVE* all of the Petal Pusher patterns, especially the gold (as pictured in the Emily Henderson photo above).  I believe Roxy from Society Social also has this in her living room. 

I would love this in my powder room

Please note: I was in no way reimbursed or influenced by my review of Hygge & West Removable wallpaper tile.  I just happen to love the killer designs of the tiles and wanted to share with my Vivid Hue Homies! 

Cheers!  Heather | Vivid Hue Home


Unknown said...

Very cool. Thanks for this awesome intro to Hygge & West!

Smooch said...

You are reading my mind! I was just going to ask you about the removable wallpaper. I have an entry I'm getting a real wallpaper bid on, but was wondering about this possibility. Checking it out now...

Karena said...

Heather that first entry image is fab! Love the pattern and colors!!

PS I am having a Paris Book Giveaway!
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Patty Day @Pattys Epiphanies said...

I could seriously consider this. I love the last two! Thanks for sharing ....

Elizabeth @ The Little Black Door said...

That daydream paper is too fab!

Unknown said...

wallpaper tiles, such a brilliant idea! Love that powder room idea Heather! Have a great weekend.
xo Nancy