Graham & Brown is a fabulous interiors company that specialise in the most beautiful wallpaper designs, that have since 1946, adorned the walls of many houses all across Britain. I was recently chosen to be one of Graham & Browns fifty ambassadors worldwide and as this is my first ever ambassador role I was both delighted and eager to get started on my home decor projects using their beautiful and amazing quality materials.
One of Graham & Browns iconic prints, and most probably my favourite from their range is Northern Rose wallpaper. This is an absolutely stunning wallpaper design with a background of vibrant, mid-toned blue teamed with bright pink roses and silver embellishments - it really is something quite special and how excited am I to have it gracing my bedroom?!
The Northern Rose wallpaper perfectly compliments the shabby chic style I favour throughout my home, especially in my bedroom and it is the perfect backdrop for my little reading and dressing corner, which I've only recently put together to house my upcycled pink chair, as featured in my other blog Fawns & Fables.
I ideally wanted shelves on the wall but my trip to Ikea will have to wait for another few weeks due to my boy being sick and my aunt who I am going with holidaying in the Czech Republic, but that trip to Dublin will be worth it and very much anticipated - who gets excited about a trip to Ikea and shelving? Me that's who!
For not the corner boats my beautiful Chloris Boris handmade rose print bag bag, which is quite similar to the wallpaper actually! I also have my vintage look suitcases from Sass & Belle, which are also adorned with rose print, my bargain €2 white ceramic bird candle from Penneys, a vintage style Parisian themed canvas, also from Penneys and a beautiful little rose print cushion which I got for the bargain price of just £2 at a carboot sale last summer.
As you can see, it doesn't take much to make a space more exciting and beautiful. Before this little corner was a neglected area of my bedroom, it's now a much loved space and probably the prettiest in the house if I'm honest. I just love the splash of blue, it's far more exciting that mundane magnolia and all the mismatched floral prints perfect my shabby chic style.
Shabby chic, c'est magnifique, don't you agree?