There is just something about the palm leaf pattern that I think will always be a classic. It’s been around for ages and every time I see I actually smile and get happy. It’s bold and fun and I always think I want to know the home owner that decided to rock some palm leaf pattern in their space. Especially when they are bold enough to do it with wallpaper! Now the traditional palm leaf print that is iconic of the Beverly Hills Hotel will always be a favorite, but there are so many other takes on it and I’m having a hard time picking out a favorite!
No.1 This pink palm leaf wallpaper is the complete opposite of the traditional pattern, but I’m really enjoying it. Love the amount of white space in it and I think using it in pink or even black is a nice update to a classic.
No.2 Pretty obsessed with the Pacific Palm wallpaper pattern. The leaves are massive which I love, the pink background is stunning and the pattern has it that the leaves are stacked in stripe form.
No.3 As you can see I’m really loving the injecting of pink in the palm leaf pattern. I love this pattern, because not only does it have pink pops, but also a variety of leaves mixed in.
No.4 Summer is on my brain, which means flamingos are on mine as something socially acceptable to rock throughout the entire summer. Love this flamingo wallpaper and since it is a little more daring it’s nice to know it’s removable! So, super easy to take down when you are over the flamingo flock.
No.5 Love that this wallpaper has a watercolor look to it. So, there is a nice variety in the shades of green.
No.6 Cole and Son is a very known to the trade brand that produces beautiful wallpaper and fabric. I love that with this pattern there is what likes bamboo sticks that add a bit more visual interest to the pattern.
No.8 This pattern reminds me of No.5 just a non-watercolor version.
No.9 How fun is the blue background in this palm leaf wallpaper. Really enjoy the large scale of the leaves and the addition of the brown and white accents on the leaves.
So, are you ready to step into the jungle? Any favorites I’m missing?