Kate Hudson’s Nursery Wallpaper Is a Wild Floral You’ll Want in Your Own Bedroom

published Oct 1, 2021
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If you’re a frequent flyer of Kate Hudson’s Instagram page then you are well aware that she’s the queen of floral wallpaper. Her entire home is plastered with gorgeous garden prints in pastel blues and dreamy greens. In one of her most recent posts, Hudson gave followers a glimpse at her daughter Rani’s nursery, which is also bedecked in floor-to-ceiling florals — and this design may just be the best one yet.

Hudson posted the pic of herself and Rani in Rani’s room on Sept. 22, and there’s so much sweet, vintage decor to take in. From the brass crib and multiple shag carpets to the funky chandelier, this looks like a pic from another time. 

And the wallpaper is something straight out of a country cottage circa 1960. 

“What a dreamy little girls’ room!” one person commented on Hudson’s post. Another added, “Beautiful ladies in a beautiful room.” And someone else wrote, “wallpaper dreams.”

The print is called Artemis, and it’s part of House of Hackney’s collection. The print comes in 18 different colorways. Rani’s room is done in the Blush variety, but there’s also a more bright pink selection called Amaranth that includes cobalt blue flowers and lime green foliage. The print is inspired by Diana Vreeland’s famous Garden in Hell room and intended to be a rebellious cousin of a traditional floral print.

Three meters of ARTEMIS start at $296, and you can calculate how much wallpaper you’ll need with House of Hackney’s website’s measuring tool. Each House of Hackney wallpaper is PVC-free, eco-friendly, and money from each order is donated to Friends of the Earth’s campaign to double the U.K. tree cover by 2045 to combat climate change and revive wildlife.

A gorgeous, celebrity-endorsed wallpaper that donates to a good cause? What’s not to love?