Last week Andie posted about the inspiring Sunset Idea House located just south of Los Angeles. While the house has many moments to exclaim over, it was the wall treatments in two of the rooms that really jumped out at me. David John Dick of Disc Interiors, who, along with his partner Krista Schrock, was responsible for the house, shared that they were both looks that could easily be re-created at home.
Wallpaper is so often something of a showstopper; designers frequently use it to make a big splash with color or pattern. No wonder it can seem a little scary! Even if you're more inclined to subtlty, you can still use wallpaper in lots of ways. Watch us prove it five times fast.
Removable wallpaper is one of the best things to happen to renters. The only problem is the cost of covering a whole room with it can be prohibitive. But removable wallpaper can be a budget-friendly rental hero when used in small quantities to deliver a punch of color and pattern.
We love when two of our favorite subjects, art and decor, combine, so when we got the invite to check out the new Toulouse Lautrec MoMA exhibit complemented by paint and wallpaper from one of our favorite decor sources, Farrow & Ball, we couldn't RSVP fast enough.
Looking for wallpaper that is easily removable for your kiddo's room? Here are ten sources that offer a multitude of well-designed options (along with a favorite pick from each). And if you can't find one that tickles your fancy, there are services that will print your own design.
Wouldn't you have loved to create little worlds on the walls with magnets, or draw tiny characters all over your bedroom when you were a kid? If you have a creative child that leaves you scrubbing walls with a bucket and sponge—let the creativity fly! These five interactive wallpapers for kids let parents breathe easier and get kids' creative juices flowing.
Wallpaper, the oft-maligned, terribly misunderstood wall covering, is enjoying a much deserved comeback. The days of impossible to hang, doubly impossible to remove old-fashioned ditzy floral nightmares are thankfully in the past.
Wallpaper and surface design at ICFF 2014 were kaleidoscopic, with symmetrical patterns that danced around and reflected back on themselves. Few were on the subtle side; these surfaces are exuberant and vibrant, with images that explode in front of your eyes.