Selena Gomez Has the Perfect Moody Floral Wallpaper in Her New House

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I often dream about my future house; a house so large (naturally) that I can throw a single grand piano into a gorgeously wallpapered room — and nothing else.


Alas, that dream is probably not in my immediate future, but it appears to be Selena Gomez's current quarantine reality. Recently, the singer took to Instagram to share a few life updates, which included learning to play guitar and the announcement of her new home.

The image she featured, above, showed her strumming her new hobby, while gracefully lounging in one of the most stunning rooms I've ever laid eyes on. In it, you can see a glimpse of her grand piano, a pair of deep red velvet chairs — that kind of look like these — and a wall covered in a moody floral wallpaper that is downright dreamy. (Maybe she's taking notes from her pal Taylor Swift's new album Folklore?)

Thankfully, after a bit of sleuthing, I discovered that her wallpaper choice is actually pretty attainable for us non-millionaire superstars. In fact, it's none other than House of Hackney's Paradisa Wallpaper, which is available at Anthropologie and will only set you back about $300 per roll. Unsurprisingly, the product is flying off the shelves at Anthro, so to anticipate the demand, we rounded up a few look-a-likes as well.

Check out Selena-approved dark moody floral wallpapers, below.

House of Hackney Paradisa Wallpaper, $298

Amsterdam Element Dark Floral Mural, $9.81+

Bungalow Rose Terri Removable Summer Bloom and Beetle Wallpaper, $10.37/sq. ft.


House of Hackney Artemis Wallpaper, $298

Graham & Brown Amalfi Umore Wallpaper, $140


Katie is a Los Angeles-based writer who covers shopping trends, deals, and product reviews for Hunker. She's written for PureWow, Food Network, and Well+Good. When not online shopping, you can find her collecting vintage glassware or rewatching Nancy Meyers' movies for design inspo.