When Kate Hudson covered every inch of her bathroom in John Derian’s Rose Mimosa wallpaper, we assumed the actor just wanted to bring a little touch of the outdoors in. But then she revealed her daughter Rani’s floral-covered nursery, featuring House of Hackney’s Artemis print, and we started to realize this is her thing. Now even Hudson’s powder room is swathed in an abstract leaf wallpaper dubbed Chintz from Belgium-based brand Arte, and we are totally here for her blossoming obsession.

Hudson revealed her newly revamped powder room in an Instagram post over the weekend, showing a little love for designer Darien Stokes, who presumably helped with the project, by tagging him in the photo. The honey colorway she went with (the wallpaper comes in five options) has a glitzy, almost metallic appearance to it—in fact, according to the brand, it’s meant to look like it’s a velvety-soft textile. The flecks of gold pair perfectly with brass lighting. One astute follower pointed out that Hudson’s wall sconce is an RH score. (Psst: You can find a similar one here.) 

Aside from being totally shoppable, the key takeaway from Hudson’s glamorous renovation is to go big in a tiny space. Even the star’s outlet plate is covered in the wallpaper, so guests are completely enveloped by the print when they’re in there. No detail is too small.


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Chintz Wallpaper, Arte (approx. $40 per square foot)

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