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Which wallpaper? - incl photos

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Blossom4538 Mon 13-Jun-16 09:55:39

Which do you prefer please?! Including the one that's already on the wall! Tempted to change paper as a little tired looking now but H still likes it. Laura Ashley have a sale on, apparently until end

Blossom4538 Mon 13-Jun-16 09:56:55

And our current wallpaper.

We have a dark floor, the same as the colour of the unit you can see in first photo.

Pollyputhtekettleon Mon 13-Jun-16 10:04:25

The one behind the lamp by a long shot. Other and existing are a bit boutique hotel.

Scoopmuckdizzy Mon 13-Jun-16 10:11:48

I like the one behind the lamp as well. The one you have currently is nice but having worked at Laura Ashley I remember how popular it is in beauty salons etc and I can't shake that association when I see it in homes!

Bungathebrave Mon 13-Jun-16 10:22:49

I like the one behind the lamp although one you already have is gorgeous!

DollyBarton Mon 13-Jun-16 10:23:15

I like the one behind the lamp! Can I show you my spare room with my Laura Ashley paper I bought in the sale last week!!

DollyBarton Mon 13-Jun-16 10:24:13

Curtains still to go up and waiting on another rug.

DontFuckingSayIt Mon 13-Jun-16 10:47:41

I like the one behind the lamp too, but it's very similar to the paper you have up already! Is it worth the hassle of redecorating?

Blossom4538 Mon 13-Jun-16 11:00:32

Haha! Think we like that one too. Perhaps change lamp to something more simple. Just a little worried it may be a bit too much when all over wall - it is just one wall though, behind tv. It is quite similar - I like to stay neutral and add colour with accessories so don't want to commit to a coloured wallpaper. Not sure about stripes - or H isn't!

Dolly, your room is gorgeous!!

VioletBam Mon 13-Jun-16 11:01:50

Yes...the one behind the lamp. It's not shiny...which is nice and the colour is lovely.

DoloresVanCartier Mon 13-Jun-16 13:01:17

The grey behind the lamp! It's lovely

Blossom4538 Wed 22-Jun-16 11:20:58

Or now considering stripes!! V small sample but pic attached. Perhaps the swirly one in kitchen, on one wall.

What do u think of stripes?!

Blossom4538 Wed 22-Jun-16 11:22:42

Another pic - can also get in warmer cream tones

jenna951357 Wed 22-Jun-16 11:31:26

I personally like the one you currently have!

DollyBarton Wed 22-Jun-16 12:58:20

Nope! Pure hotel in my opinion. I'm sticking with the one behind the lamp.

DollyBarton Wed 22-Jun-16 12:58:46

The first one behind the lamp.

Blossom4538 Thu 23-Jun-16 12:04:45

Hahaha!! Don't think there's anything wrong with hotel! grinKnow what u mean though, but at least it's white and not too garish like the ones u sometimes see in hairdressers or boutique hotels, I guess. grin It does need redoing though, as few years old and although u can't see in pic, a bit tired now. My H likes the one we have now so was considering getting the same. Think nice to have change.

Blossom4538 Thu 23-Jun-16 12:05:19

Appreciate your opinions though, genuinely!

ThereIsIron Thu 23-Jun-16 12:16:44

All 3 are horrid. Sorry.

Blossom4538 Thu 23-Jun-16 13:21:14

Haha! grinWhy so horrid?!! Appreciate your honesty though and don't mind at all. We all have individual tastes! smile

Voteforpedr0 Thu 23-Jun-16 13:23:21

Behind the lamp easily the most home like

yomellamoHelly Thu 23-Jun-16 13:47:31

Like the one behind the lamp too. But for so little change to the one you have already I'd be holding off until it was starting to look ragged in places. Don't like the stripes at all - sorry (been there done that, got tired of them very quickly).

WoodleyPixie Thu 23-Jun-16 13:55:57

not keen on the stripes at all. They look a bit old fashioned. I don't know why but had assumed it was a bedroom wall.

The first pics, the paper behind the lamp is the nicest.

llhj Thu 23-Jun-16 14:00:09

They're all a bit dated imo. Like something in a house from the early 90s aka maiden aunt. Not classic just dated.
No offence. Just my opinion. I like obvious pattern.

llhj Thu 23-Jun-16 14:03:35

Something like this:

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