So after my, umm, sightly unfortunate honeymoon-motorbike-injury back in April and a loooong period of getting nice and fat while my ankle mends itself, I’ve recently started running again here in Hong Kong. I’ve discovered that the one and only place in the city where one can do so without squishing hundreds of Chinese people and dried sea cucumbers, or getting run over by a bazillion overzealous taxi drivers, is the bamboo-forested loop along Bowen Road.
It’s halfway up the Peak in amongst the jungle and has incredible views down over the city:
Anyhoo, so I was on mile 4 the other day and admiring all the lush tropical foliage around the road when Peter Dunham’s Fig Leaf fabric popped into my head – literally this exact image:
So I thought it was about time I had a little squiz at it on le blog. It adds the perfect pop of colour and whimsy to a room, especially when plastered wall to wall – check these beauts out.
This wallpaper would wake you up pretty quick in the mornings, hey?! And am also totally in love with this bamboo-style canopy bed:
LOVING the fig leaf fabric paired with this sisal flooring and wooden accents:
Couple of bluey schemes where it works quite well:
And it also looks pretty increds paired with woven blinds – exhibit A:
What do you peeps think – fan or foe…?