Spring is alive and well in Los Angeles—more specifically in Kate Hudson’s master bathroom. The actress and podcaster declared her love for the color green on Instagram over the weekend by sharing a snapshot of her floral-adorned space. After doing some digging, we discovered that the positively charming wallpaper that appears to cover every inch of the room is the Rose Mimosa by New York–based designer and shopkeeper John Derian.
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Channeling Hudson’s full-on English garden vibes comes at a price: The print sells for $295 a roll (one roll measures 11 yards-by-22 ½ inches). Aside from the fact that the blooms look lifelike, Derian’s wallpaper is made in the U.K. and is nonwoven, meaning it’s created from a mixture of synthetic and natural fibers that allow the paper to be more breathable, so mold is a nonissue. It’s also extremely durable (read: tear-resistant).
Self-isolation is the perfect excuse to turn your bathroom into a verdant escape—but you don’t have to spend a small fortune to do it. While Derian’s roses are clearly the celebrity-approved pick of the bunch, Chasing Paper’s temporary botanical designs have seen a major spike since quarantine began, and they’re only $40 per sheet. Here are four more ways to bring the outdoors in:
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