We've seen this idea in the past, but completely forgot about it until today. We love how Shanna Murray's turned pages from a book into wallpaper.
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i did this to one of my walls in college, using poems i liked from several collections i scooped up free (they were in rough shape, headed for the trash).where is that great pillow in the first pic from?
I love this idea and I saw this on an earlier AT post which is super cool too:http://fabgreen.com/2008/02/28/design-by-rescue-newsworthy-wallpaper/
I concur on the pillow.
The Ace Hotel (again) in Portland has covered some of the walls in its restaurant, Clyde Common, with an old tome on butchery. Clever devils.
The pillow is available at her etsy shop here:http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=31187
I say, go wild and cover a guest bedroom wall in the steamiest pages from books by Jacquie Collins, Harlold Robbins, Sydney Sheldon, etc.
I LOVE this.And that the pillow too!I wonder how brown shipping or craft paper would look?www.thebitterfoodie.blogspot.com
I love this!I wonder how brown craft paper would look?www.thebitterfoodie.blogspot.com
i did the same thing to cover a plain bulletin board, except i tore the pages up to give it a more pieced look.
sigh, why didn't she make her bed and put her files and cords away?
How would one do this? Modpodge? Glue and water?
Precisely why I'm hanging on to an unabridged dictionary that is falling apart. There's got to be something to do with those pages.
This is genius! What a great idea, add pages of your favorite books to the wall--There will always be something to read before bed. I love it.
I like the library wallpaper. It is situational but can be pulled of nicely.Library Wallpaper for Your Viewing Pleasure
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