Location, location location, right? #Estate agent SW15 does what it says on the tin so opted for a bespoke wallpaper to reinforce its name and geographical remit. The repetitive design makes a fun, graphic statement. a great way to pep up a meeting room, even if you think it's too much for the front office.
You can be bold with pattern but not with colour for a chic result. And you don't have to cover every wall with paper. This James Pendleton branch went for a pared-down look that resulted in a very sophisticated finish.
The ever-popular trailing vine design lends a classic air to any office. It works particularly well in alcoves. This option has a subtle metallic finish that is picked up by the feature lighting. As seen at Fine & Country's office in Bath.
Charters estate agency in Winchester opted for a bold, classic patterned wallpaper but the impact was tempered by choosing a muted colour palette. A more homely feel has been reinforced by the use of a sideboard for storage and a wall-mounted, framed mirror.
5 Ideas For Decorating With Wallpaper Anything But Not Walls - Shelterness
Everybody knows that wallpapers are great for decorating walls. Although that isn't the only way to decorate with them. There are 5 more cool options:
Wallpaper in 3D
3D is trendy again! And, you don’t need glasses to make these walls pop.It’s hard to imagine how something as, well, flat as wallpaper could take on three dimensional qualities, but innovative designers are now making textural wallpaper. Surprise, surprise, the Swedes are leading the way. Swedish designer Kicki Edgren Nyborg created a line of wallpaper that is primarily 2D with 3D functionality.
Meredith’s Historic Farmhouse Dream
Name: Meredith Lawler, her husband, 3 kids, 3 cats, 2 dogs, 2 goats, 15 chickens.Location: Walkersville, MarylandSize: 4 BR, 1.5 BA. 2,300 sq ft on 16 acres. Original part of house built in 1780’s, addition in 1860’s. Years lived in: 2 years, owned As soon as I turned onto Meredith’s road I felt my blood pressure dropping. Her farmhouse sits about an hour outside of DC, but it feels like light years away.