Wallpaper Obsessions In The Pink City

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Wallpaper Obsessions In The Pink City

In the lounge, plush green velvet couches perfectly contrast with the violet wallpapered walls and mahogany details.

Wallpaper Obsessions In The Pink City

The Colonnade (which is open to the public!!) is pretty much what we imagine eating inside a Tiffany's box would feel like. The walls feature intricately painted men on horseback and cypress trees.

Wallpaper Obsessions In The Pink City

This hallway proves that when it comes to wallpaper, brighter is always better.

Wallpaper Obsessions In The Pink City

This room features mirrored panels and hot pink wallpaper creating a soft pink glow perfect for savoring breakfast as the sun streams through the windows.

Wallpaper Obsessions In The Pink City

It's like Water for Elephants meets Indian luxury.

Wallpaper Obsessions In The Pink City

Vivid and vibrant hues of purples and azures highlight the cypress tree block print on the walls. We wouldn't mind lounging here in the Darbar Hall for hours with a fruit infused tea and copy of Valley of the Dolls.

Wallpaper Obsessions In The Pink City

Now, if this isn't fit for a princess we don't know what is (Princess Di stayed in one of these luxurious suites on an official visit to India ).

Wallpaper Obsessions In The Pink City

Can't all bathrooms be this lovely?

Renowned for its pastel-pink washed facades, Jaipur is a must for any traveler that lusts after gorgeous exteriors and sumptuous interior design. 250 years ago, the Sujan Rajmahal Palace was created as a personal pleasure garden for the people’s Queen of Jaipur. The Palace which is located on the outskirts of the city is still the home of the royal family, and also doubles as an opulent hotel. The Palace contains endless acres of perfectly manicured gardens, pristine pools, and wallpapered rooms that tell the rich history of Jaipur.

The wallpaper, designed by interior decorator Adil Ahmad, is truly unrivaled in both design and meaning. Intricate block prints of cypress trees, bold stripes, intertwining flora in hues of  pink, turquoise, and lime green give the whole palace a royally preppy aura which makes for the ultimate Jaipur getaway.