Lovely Mondays - Papers
I have had a myriad of responses when discussing wallpaper with clients. Many still are of the opinion it should have stayed in the 70s. On the other hand, one client went so far as to say he didn't want to see an inch of drywall in his entire home, that it all should be papered. I personally love the effect wallpaper can provide. Warm, unique, colorful. When you think about how rich and lively fabrics can be, why not take the opportunity to have that effect on your walls for something special?
Here is a powder room with a modern damask installation - so dramatic. Paper by Graham & Brown.
The paper here is so subtle, but if you look closely you'll see a lacquered circle design on a matte black background.
This provided a very subtle texture for a bright white bedroom.
The design behind the daybed is actually a paper from Trove. Many people who attended the showhouse mistook it for a hand painted mural.
The paper on the right ended up hiding closet doors in a showhouse. They had no personality before (see pic) and so I had them fully covered with a paper from Anthropologie.