This story originally appeared in the Spring 2019 issue of Domino, titled “Fresh Prints.” Subscribe to be the first to receive each issue!
Gearing up for a notorious spring cleaning session can also spark the desire to redecorate. While we often focus on making small seasonal swaps, like throw cushions and linens, why not use this opportunity to give your home a more dramatic refresh? Laure Hériard Dubreuil, the founder of luxury boutique The Webster, swears by using statement wallpaper to completely transform a room. This spring, Dubreuil looks to colors and patterns that make you “want to take your shoes off and relax”—think of wallpaper in palm frond prints or sunny citrus hues.
Dubreuil officially launched The Webster Home this week, a decor-focused category with objects curated by Paris architect Stéphane Parmentier. The boutique’s newest location in New York City’s SoHo is a place to shop for all things haute couture from Chanel handbags to Balenciaga sneakers among leafy, tropical wall coverings. There’s no reason your home can’t feel the same. Shop Dubreuil’s wallpaper picks below:
For the New Englander
Palm leaves are hard to come by if you don’t call Miami or Palm Springs home. Take a note from Dubreuil’s book and purchase some rolls to mount on large panels.
For the color enthusiast
This delicate yet vibrant fabric, filled of interwoven blossoms, is based on a document from the mid-1800s. Dubreuil is so obsessed with vintage wallpaper that she collects rolls from the 1920s and ‘30s and dispatches the samples to her various store locations.
For the dreamer
Frog Snog, Work and Sea
Perfect for a kid’s room, this whimsical wallpaper will transport you to Neverland. The eccentric greens and twinkly whites will give you good dreams every night.
For the quirky enthusiast
Go extra bold with this chartreuse wallpaper. We’re not talking about an accent wall or powder room; go full force and put this jungle print on your ceiling. Yes, you heard that right. Forego the winter woes full force by adopting this loud wallpaper.
For the maximalist
This old school color pairing of emerald green and burgundy is a fresh take on the early 2000s trend. If Ross’ apartment from Friends were to get a 2019 update, you know this would be the accent wall in the entryway.
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