Here at Juju Papers we've noticed a trend among designers, who are using our wallpaper in nurseries and kids rooms more and more often. This had us asking, what do designers love about Juju for kids rooms and nurseries? The quick answer is that they work for a child's room without being a "kids wallpaper". Available in a range of child-friendly colors, Juju Papers adds a sophisticated accent to a child's room and, perhaps most importantly, will grow with your children as they mature.
This photo courtesy of Rena Southern highlights Juju Papers in Indian Summer
Juju Papers The Sou'Wester
Juju Papers Barnowls and Hollyhocks
As seen on HGTV show 'Genevieve's Renovation': Designer Genevieve Gorder's daughters bedroom is a playful mix of color and pattern with a fun built in swing. Wall accented with Juju Papers in A View of the Woods.
When it comes to children's rooms we have our own in-house expert, Juju Papers own Avery Thatcher! Seen here with 10 month old baby Calvin, Avery designs all Juju Papers to be eye catching, versatile and inclusive.
Feeling inspired yet? We thought so! Shop all Juju Papers designs here.
Photos by Stephen Kent Johnson
Bathroom wallpaper by Flat Vernacular
*Design by Xandro Aventajado + Rachel Kane of Current Interiors
Read the full article and see more pics at ArchitecturalDigest.com
Get the look: Sisters of the Sun in Gold on CreamLast but not least, Juju Papers was spotted in House & Home as a top recommendation for 'Hot Spots'. Thanks, House & Home - we're glad you like our mini metallic spots as much as we do!
Get the look: Sisters of the Sun in Gold on Navy
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Happy holidays and stay tuned for big things!
Photo via Katie Seaman showing a detail of her dressed to impress powder room in Juju Papers Sisters of the Sun in gold on navy.We've noticed a recent trend among some of our favorite interior designers and stylists - namely, adding the pow! to powder rooms with Juju Papers. We can't think of a better way to make a fashionable and lasting impression in spaces that, in all reality, tend to be small and utilitarian. To celebrate those who went that extra step to break the mold and up the wow factor by adding some uniquely elegant color and pattern via Juju Papers, we're highlighting some of our favorite powder rooms with POW! Martie Kilmer of Space Design lightened and brightened her powder room using Juju Papers A View of the Woods in white and mink on cream. Why we love it: Martie's modern powder room feels bright and open despite it's small size. By using A View of the Woods in a light palette Martie amped up the wow factor by adding pattern that doesn't overwhelm the space. Bannister Custom Homes used Juju Papers Sisters of the Sun in gold on charcoal to add dazzle to their space. Why we love it: A little drama goes a long way and we love that Bannister Custom Homes wasn't afraid to go the extra mile in their striking space. To counter the cold feeling that comes with a powder room's hard fixtures, Sisters of the Sun lives up to it's name by adding warmth along with visual interest that holds it's own without overshadowing with those gorgeous fixtures. Speaking of drama, Alexis Pew of Kaminski + Pew did not hold back in making this powder room one to remember. Why we love it: With lots of natural light offered by the skylight and white ceiling, Juju Papers Sisters of the Sun in gunmetal on charcoal really amps up the richness of the space and creates a beautiful backdrop that allows those chic mod fixtures to really pop. This is a powder room made for selfies!
What do you think? Have you added Juju Papers to your powder room? Send us pics, we'd love to see!
Now that you're inspired, shop Juju Papers and add some POW to your next project.
They used our Sisters of the Sun paper for this fun projectOther ideas include:
- Papering the back of a bookcase. Remove the shelves, lay the book case flat, paper the back, and re-insert the shelves after the paper dries.
- Paper the interiors of your drawers. You can use the same directions from Deuce Cities but paper the interior of the drawers instead of the sides. This is especially great for antique drawers that might be in rough shape - after all, you don't want to snag your sweaters!
- Paper the interior panel of a closet door for a spot of cheer when picking out your clothes for the day.
- Use paper to cover the matting in a framed picture. I've done this one, it's easy and adds a great graphic punch to your picture. Use the same paper in multiple frames to add cohesion to your pics or use a few different papers to really make your pictures pop!
Add interest to a small detail - Seen here, Juju Papers Salad Days
Photo by Aaron Greene
Have you used your excess Juju Papers in a fun way?
Send us your pics, we'd love to see!
From Sunset:Pick a Showstopper: Because the den is visible from every part of the cottage, Soria played it up as a focal point, with the daring gold-and-white wallpaper from Juju Papers. "Having that loud pattern helps you see how bright the rest of the space is," he says.
Juju Papers was a part of Jeremy and Jody Kieval's vision for their Colonial home transformation in Lexington, Massachusetts, which was featured on the current season of This Old House. The remodel included an 800 sq/ft addition over the garage, which created space for two additional bedrooms, including this young girls' bedroom below.
"The bedrooms were designed to reflect the girls' personalities. Here, a polka-dot (Juju Papers) wall covering on the ceiling, a swinging chair, a piano rug, and whimsical wall decals suit a lively and music-loving young girl."
Wallpaper on the ceiling is a new trend that we have noticed, and the Sisters of the Sun pattern (shown here) is perfect for this application.