When interior designer Angela Robinson was tasked with decorating an eclectic young family’s first home, she knew she had to bring two things to the space—color and creativity. She did just that in a majority of the space (take a peek at the full tour here), but our favorite moment just might be in the oldest child’s bedroom. Using wallpaper samples & images from a Christian Chaize photography book, Angela cut out geometric shapes to create a unique pattern for the otherwise white bedroom. We love how it brings color, feminine florals, and just a hint of texture to the girly bedroom!

This project would look amazing with monochromatic images (think grayscale), with solid colors, with smaller shapes… the options are endless! The only thing we know for sure is it’s bound to look amazing in any space! Would you try it?

Image originally appeared as part of our October 2014 issue here.