Revamp Your Walls: Mad For Plaid

Make your walls stand out with new designs from Fixer Upper's doyenne of style, Joanna Gaines.




photo courtesy york wallcoverings

From big bold florals to oversized stripes or natural grasscloth, wallpaper has been making a comeback in recent years.

These aren’t your grandmother’s dated prints though — at least not when they’re by Joanna Gaines.

Last fall, the maven of HGTV’s hit series “Fixer Upper” launched the Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines collection for Pennsylvania-based York Wallcoverings.

We love her watercolor-check pattern in Sunday Stroll ($39.99 to $79.99 per single roll), which adds a softness and interest to walls without being over the top. Use it in the dining room or add it to the bedroom for a farmhouse-chic look that’s “Fixer Upper” approved.

(Available at Sherwin-Williams stores, sherwin-williams.com)
 

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