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Lovely Loos

If you're keen to experiment with wallpaper in your home, but the prospect of committing to a large room is a bit daunting, wallpapering your loo could be the answer. All it takes is one or two rolls for a total transformation; it's a room you can really have fun with.

We've seen many different WCs - high-ceilinged, cosy, bright and dark - be reinvigorated by the cocoon wallpaper can create. It's a chance to inject some creativity into your home in a more affordable and less time-consuming way, and looks beautiful when matched with contrasting or complementary paintwork.

We've teamed up with Balineum, who have created tiles that can echo your wallpaper and provide an ideal splash-back behind any plumbing. Check out these Lioness & Palms tiles - designed to be paired perfectly with our Lioness & Palms Wallpaper.

Below, we've selected a few of our favourite Lioness & Palms loo installs...

Blue washroom with ceramic sink and Lioness & Palms tropical wallpaper on the walls

A downstairs loo and utility room made unique and cheerful by Cat Greenwood-Smith, who said, 'I just knew I wanted something really impactful, and that when people visit and use our downstairs loo they'll be pleasantly surprised by what they find.' @facts_not_opinions_house.

Bathroom with ceramic loo and sink with Lioness & Palms tropical wallpaper on walls

A tiny window painted in Farrow & Ball's Arsenic offsets the top-to-toe lionesses in this fabulous washroom designed by Nels Crosthwaite-Eyre @nels_eyreinteriors.

Green and gold bathroom with ceramic sink, yellow mirror and tropical Lioness & Palms wallpaper

Self-proclaimed pattern lover Brooke Copp-Barton @home_at_brookes transformed a plain WC into something playful that will stand the test of time. Photographed by Megan Taylor.

We hope this has given you some decoration inspiration. We’d love to see how you bring our wallpapers to life in your homes. Tag us on Instagram @commonroom.co, use the hashtag #mycommonroom or get in touch with images via email to info@commonroom.co.

Words by Alice Hodgson.


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