Even if you have your own garden, chances are that you won’t be able to grow exotic plants in a backyard. The living room or bedroom, however, can afford a bit more extravagance, even if it comes all the way from Down Under! A branch of eucalyptus on your wall will be a quick and easy recipe for an interior makeover and all you need is a simple sticker.
If you like to fill your rooms with knick-knacks, posters and prints, you probably wouldn’t want to dedicate an entire wall to a patterned wallpaper. Eclecticism requires a bit of decorative restraint, which is exactly where stickers come in. You can instantly transform a boring wall into a space of exotic freshness thanks to a eucalyptus design. This Australian tree, beloved by koala bears, boasts beautiful leaves. You can use it as the main motif of your décor or place it in the corner of the room, partially covered by the curtains to create a botanic garden effect. Eucalyptus looks best on light walls dominated by white and beige but it can also be paired with more vivid colours, such as red or navy blue.
A eucalyptus leaves sticker is also a great way to restore a bedroom wardrobe. You can customise a mass-produced piece of furniture to make it more personal and truly original. While you’re at it, you could also replace the knobs and handles and design your original wardrobe that could be the envy of decorators and fill your bedroom with the atmosphere of an exotic holiday. It’s one simple detail that will completely redefine your interiors. Unlike wall murals, stickers give you the freedom to mix and match different designs and arrange your own exotic jungle wall. You may even decide to put a relaxed koala bear right next to the eucalyptus.
Eucalyptus leaves look equally good on other surfaces, so don’t be afraid of changes and experimentation! We recommend putting a wicker basket right under the design to complete the look. You can use it to store travel guides and magazines that inspire you to plan your next trip. This décor takes a page from the colonial style but with a unique Aussie twist. It may even motivate you to realise your dreams of surfing on Australian beaches!