The Writing on the Wall: Wallpaper with Words

The Writing on the Wall: Wallpaper with Words

Kimber Watson
Oct 14, 2010

I can't see these wordy wallpapers working for every room in the house, but using them on an accent wall or in a small space could make a statement worth reading.

Of course, you could take the expected route and decorate the library or office with them (or to line the back of a bookcase), but I would also consider using them to paper my half-bathroom. These busy wallcoverings might not be as overwhelming when used on a smaller scale, and hey, if you choose Newsworthy — you'll no longer need reading material in the loo!

Carpe Noctem in Lime & Gold

Midsummer Night's hand-stitched wallpaper

This Other Eden in vintage gold

1 Relics by artist Mark Fox, in gray & white from Studio Printworks
2 Carpe Noctem, in Lime & Gold (also available in hot pink & silver) by Barneby Gates
3 Midsummer Night's Wallpaper, featuring a Shakespearean passage stitched entirely by hand, by Tracy Kendall available at Anthropologie
4 This Other Eden, in vintage gold by Barneby Gates
5 Newsworthy, real newsprint strips that are hand-woven on a loom, by Lori Weitzner

Images: as linked above

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