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Wallpaper Love

Hello and happy April! This is my 200th blog post, no fooling. I wanted to mark this milestone by announcing that I am officially open for business! I have set up the LLC for my design business - kerry dorsey moylan design - and I am ready and excited to accept clients. I want to share my love of design, my eye, and my expertise to help clients: you! create a dream room or home that "speaks to you". There is a list of my services on this website and a contact form to get the process started. Please tell one, tell all! I am here to help!

On to the blog post....

This month's edition affirms my love of wallpaper in a powder room as most of the images this month are indeed from powder rooms. I have advised many times before that the powder room is both the best place to experiment with wallpaper and the space that gets the most impact from a lively wallpaper.

Before I get to the powder rooms, I will begin with some abstract patterned wallpaper.

The mauve wallpaper on this dining room ceiling is fantastic.

Ali Budd Interiors, photo source

The muted colors and random shapes of this wallpaper make quite a statement. The vignette is perfectly styled for the spirit of the wallpaper too!

Sarah Sherman Samuel for Lulu and Georgia, photo source

On to the powder rooms....

The hand towel on the sink is perfection with this wallpaper. I love the way the scale of the paper looks different in the mirror than it does on the wall close up - this is a fabulous shot of fabulous wallpaper.

Shauna Glenn Design, photo source

Another play on scale with the mirrored reflection of the paper. I am a huge fan of the framed intaglios visible in the mirror too. A set of antique intaglios in a frame has been on my wish list for a long time.

Zoe Feldman Design, photo source

This wallpaper is so happy and I love the sink choice - what a fun space - perfect for a powder room!

Lucas Studio, Inc., photo source

Another beautiful bathroom, albeit with a more reserved aesthetic. The dark trim on the door, on the edges of the sconces and their shades, on the mirror supports, and on the horizontal paneling is a master class on details. This powder room is a beauty.

Raychel Wade Design, photo source

I started with wallpaper on a dining room ceiling and I will end with wallpaper on the ceiling of a full bath. This is a small space that makes a huge impression. Calgon, take me away! Beautiful.

Alice (& Rhys) @strikeme_pink, photo source

I will be back with my 201st blog post on Manic Monday (the 30th Manic Monday post). Happy weekend.

Thank you for being here,




Hi, I’m Kerry, a true lover of all things home design.  Thank you for stopping by to check in on the journey.  Please feel free to reach out to me, I love to talk design!

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