"Frames" by Taylor & Wood is an interactive wallpaper that you can customize by placing your own images or drawings in each of the framed boxes. Fun for a kids room, or any playful living space in your home. This would be a great wallpaper for your mudroom/ family comunication center; just keep a stack of colored post-its and markers for family members to leave messages in the frames. Get creative and emblazen a favorite quote, or take out those Prismacolor Markers and let loose.
Wall Stickers are getting a lot of love lately. They are showing up everywhere from retail stores, to residential spaces. Whether you keep them forever or opt for temporary flare, they really spice up the spaces they are in. Wall decals were featured in the design of the living quarters for NBC’s The Apprentice. Here is the Flock design in silver on a sumptuous plum painted wall.
Since 1797, Zuber, in France has been producing woodblock printed wallpapers using original XVII and XIX Century engraved woodblocks (they have more than 100,000). Zuber Wallpaper is handmade and has such classic appeal. They have an archive of 130,000 different papers, each phenomenal and one of a kind. The #40049 large damask print my favorite graphic. You don’t need to travel to Paris to visit the showrooms, (they have two locations in the United States) however, you have to admit that it would be a nice trip.
Blue is a such a relaxing color, especially a pale violet-hued blue like this large Indian-paisley wallpaper by Cole & Son. So how perfect is this color in a peaceful bedroom like this?! The Malabar wallpaper collection has a wonderfully detailed pattern. The blue and lavender tones are emphasized with silvery blue Indian silk curtains and a custom headboard upholstered with blue fabric and white piping. The wallpaper was carried over to the ensuite, and I do love that it is only carried from the wainscoting and up, the white paint and plumbing fixtures give this bathroom a clean fresh look. This soft-on-the-eyes feature is from the April 2006 Style at Home.