Parisian Wallpaper and Playroom Decor
Our basement playroom saw a lot of changes since we bought our home a few years ago. We painted, added vinyl flooring over the old tile, and added a stair railing and a runner. It was a much better, brighter, cleaner space for a playroom, but needed some whimsey. So I added most magical Parisian wallpaper, and I couldn’t be happier with how it turned out. My older daughter loves all things Paris and talks about wanting to be a “Paris girl” so it really is the perfect fit. Here’s a look at our playroom wall decor. See the before and after, and links to everything in this post.
Our Parisian Wallpaper and Playroom Decor
I hesitated to cover the paper up since the sidewalk scenes are so charming, but it’s a small space and there wasn’t anywhere else to put the play kitchen. In the end, I actually love how the kitchen looks as if it’s part of the city.
Our Parisian Wallpaper
As soon as I found out we were having another girl, I remembered that the team at Anewall had emailed asking if I’d like to work together, so I wrote back and said I’d love to work together on their Parisian Street Mural. I chose traditional wallpaper vs. peel and stick since we plan on staying here a while, and had it professionally installed because there’s no way I wasn’t going to screw this up. But if you’re renting or only plan on being in your home a shorter period of time, they do offer peel and stick wallpaper that can be easily removed.
Playroom wall decor that goes with our Parisian Wallpaper
Right before I shot this, something stained our polka-dot rug. I tried all my tricks but it couldn’t be saved, so I scoured the internet and found a machine washable rug that we love. It’s really soft and cozy for playing on and is easy to wash.