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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Going Bananas

When I was perusing the pictures of Nicky Hilton's LA home yesterday, I can't help but love her fabulous dining room.  I never get tired of the iconic banana leaf Martinique wallpaper.
 via InStyle

I first saw it in person at the Greenbrier, and it was love at first sight.

I then saw it at the Beverly Hills Hotel.

I love how it mimics the real banana leaves outside the hotel.

The wallpaper makes a powder room feel like a chic cave in the jungle.  And check out the malachite finish on that light fixture and the countertop- wow!
 Marjorie Skouras

Shoe designer Brian Atwood glamorously paired it with brass in his fabulous Milan apartment.
via Elle Decor

I am in love with the Charlotte Olympia lucite clutch lined in the iconic banana leaf print. 

I would love to curl up underneath the sheets in these banana leaf pajamas (and I have a birthday coming up, hint hint:).

Brazillance Classic Pajamas 

This fabric would make such fab throw pillows (if you don't know about Spoonflower already, check it out!).

And nothing is more glamorous than banana leaves and brass.  Check out this brass banana leaf tray on MoS Marketplace!  At 21-inches long, it is the perfect piece for a console table or bar cart.
Image of Large Brass Banana Leaf Tray


christine {bijouandboheme} said...

I've long been obsessed with that wallpaper too- so want it somewhere in my house!

Betsy said...

I loved Nicky's living room, too! It might not work in my home or with my lifestyle, but it's so fun, glam and feminine. Love the other banana leaf items you posted.

Andrea K said...

Hi Sarah! I totally share your obsession with this wallpaper! I just wrote a post on it too… The Greenbrier is actually papered in Dorothy Draper’s Brazillance. It is available through Carleton Varney by the Yard, and is MUCH less expensive than Martinique Banana Leaf! Click here to read more… :)

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