Bridge Street Residence Bedroom 2Traditional Bedroom, Minneapolis
Martha O'Hara Interiors, Interior Design | Susan Gilmore, Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Be image consciousLooking for an easy way to dovetail dog and décor? This wallpaper will do the job – and allow four-legged companions to check out some familiar portraits. It’s used for an en suite in this home, but would look equally stylish in a cloakroom, utility or boot room if you’re lucky enough to have the space.
Deck the wallsWhile a larger room may need a more subtle dog-decoration approach, you can always go a little wild with your cloakroom or bathroom and create a dynamic theme for this small space. Here, the homeowners have left no doubt as to where their obsession lies. The black and white colour scheme with just a splash of yellow makes for a bold impact.
Don’t forget doggy décorAny pattern, so long as it’s poochy. I love this monochrome doggy wallpaper. You can’t beat black and white, ask any Dalmatian! Humans stick up family photos and portraits of themselves; this is my equivalent.