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Sarah Jessica Parker will forever be known for her iconic role as Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City, but her followers know she’s also a sucker for superstition. On the first of every month, without fail, the actor shares a video on Instagram with the caption “Rabbit, rabbit”—a phrase meant to bring good luck. More often than not, Parker’s posts reveal a sliver of her Manhattan home, and this month we got an eyeful of wallpaper that was easy to track down. 

Reminiscent of the famously oversize floral pins she sported throughout S&TC, it’s clear looking at her whimsical setup at home that Parker has a penchant for blooms. In the video, we see a wall covered in a botanical print, setting the scene for two tiny vases filled with—what else!—paper flowers. A follower took to the comment section to confirm that the wallpaper is from Carly Home, a California-based brand founded by textile and product designer Carly Blumberg. 

According to the company’s website, the design, dubbed Casia Flowers in Black, was inspired by summers on Long Island, where the artist admired the intertwining of hydrangeas and fig tree leaves. That’s especially fitting given, in the show, Carrie began donning her fanciful brooches when she met furniture maker Aidan Shaw, played by John Corbett—a symbol that something fresh and new was about to blossom. 

Whether you’re looking to bring love or just the essence of nature into your home, try refreshing your space with this SJP-inspired pattern—there’s nothing wrong with being a wallflower.