banana leaf print (and why it matters)
the beverly hills hotel-inspired trend.
Published Dec 15, 2015 5:00 AM
Just in time to combat the winter blues, we’re rounding up all the different ways you can add a summer touch to your space with the most popular print around: The Beverly Hills Hotel Banana leaf wallpaper. Suffering from a black thumb? You don’t have to keep your plant alive if it’s in print form and hanging on your wall. Here are 20 ways to get in on the trend.
welcome to the beverly hills hotel
The original wallpaper was created by decorator Don Loper in 1942 for the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel. The “Martinique” wallpaper has since become an icon in its own right, with replicas popping up everywhere over the past year.
a statement wall
pop of color
your home office
Brighten up your home office with the playful print to create a chic atmosphere.
the perfect pillow
diy your furniture
Painting or adding wall paper cutouts to your furniture is a sly, small way to incorporate the print into a room.
black & white bathroom
Up the cool factor of your black and white graphic bathroom even further by adding the print to your walls. It will fill up the white space and make it feel like you’re actually in a jungle.
a large tapestry
Opting to utilize the rich colors in a duvet feels sophisticated yet still trendy and fresh.
a phone case
paired with pastel pink
diy wallpaper The classic wallpaper is available online, which means you really can add it to any room.
recruit a painter
white and green accessories
add actual plantsbanana leaf print
? Accenting with real life plants, of course. (The velvet headboard and pup don’t hurt either)!
a throw blanket
This specific print is a darker take on the classic Martinique print and is a more graphic way to incorporate the banana leaf into any space.