Speak about drama! This large damask pattern
from Graham & Brown looks amazing coupled
with coloured glass.
If you are still unsure if wallpaper is for you, try it in a small space or in a room that you don't use so often, like a hallway or your dining room. Don't go bold if you don't want to. Subtle is also fine. Believe me, there are papers out there for all tastes!
Next week I'll tell you how you can visually change the dimensions of a room with wallpaper. In the meantime, I hope these fresh, clean designs, as seen at Stradwick's and Stewart's in North Bay, will inspire you to take the leap!
This blue-and-white interior with a slightly cottagy feel
just screams spring! Clarke & Clarke Viva Collection.
And here is the same paper in
warm citrus and grey.
Who says wallpapers are old fashioned?
Big patterns, especially, have a decidedly
modern vibe, like this black-and-beige
floral from Clarke & Clarke's Showstoppers
|The same paper in lovely, spring-like colours.|
Another blue-and-white paper with a pale
summer look. Clarke & Clarke's Showstopper
And here's the same paper in a more contrasting
|For all lovers of pink...|
This is a completely different kind of paper,
very graphic and stark. Clarke & Clarke
If you prefer a more subtle paper, this
beige on beige with lots of sheen is an
elegant alternative. The paper will be
more or less apparent depending on the
lighting conditions. Graham & Brown.
The same paper in a beautiful turquoise
and beige combination.