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sarahmercer99 wrote:12 February 2016

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Sophie Baylis added this to A Beginner’s Guide to Getting Wallpaper Right15 February 2016

Contemplate the tone you want to setWallpaper instantly sets the style of a space, and it’s here you should start when you’re deciding on a design. ‘Knowing what role it will play can help you make this decision,’ says Natasha Broady of A Splash of Colour. ‘Will it be a dominant feature or do you want it to tie in harmoniously with the rest of the room?’ Trends come and go, but wallpaper can last for up to 10 years, so make sure you love it before you buy it. We all see the elements of wallpaper designs slightly differently, depending on the moods and memories they evoke. Don’t be afraid to trust your gut instead of relying on others’ opinions.

Meera Innes added this to Decorating: How to Give Your Hallway Personality12 July 2015

Don’t be afraid to clash erasA stained-glass doorway might be character enough for some, but if you want to add extra personality to your hall, then don’t be shy with the wallpaper. The monochrome pattern of this Vivienne Westwood Squiggle design lends a contemporary twist to a heritage feature, and contrasts pleasingly with the shapes and colours of the glasswork.Get expert tips from an architect on how to mix and match eras in your home

Jo Simmons added this to Lifestyle: 20 Ways to Make a Staycation Your Best Holiday Yet6 July 2015

Hire a cleanerGive yourself a break from domestic chores as well as paid employment during your staycation by hiring a cleaner to give your home a deep clean. Imagine how great it would feel to walk in after a lovely day out to find your home sparkling.

Jo Simmons added this to Lifestyle: The Fast-fix Way to Get Your Home Ready for Entertaining1 June 2015

Speed clean the main roomsQuickly vacuum the main route through your home. Start at the front door and whizz through the rooms your guests are likely to use – the living space, kitchen and cloakroom. Ignore any rooms they won’t be going into.

Lara Sargent added this to 10 Ways to Create a Modern Coastal Mood in Your Hallway28 April 2015

Be bold with bluesCoastal hallways don’t necessarily need to be packed with all the obvious motifs and prints to convey a sense of the seaside.This bold, geometric wallpaper, for instance, manages to inject a sense of contemporary coastal style, albeit in an abstract manner. Whitewashed floorboards boost the effect, and allow the blue and white print to engulf every visitor who steps through the (very beautiful) stained-glass front door.

Rachel Christie added this to How to Make a Skinny Hallway Feel More Spacious27 July 2014

Go wild with patternAs long as your walls, ceiling and woodwork are fresh and white, you really can go wild with pattern and colour in a small space – this blue graphic wallpaper looks amazing, doesn’t it?Check out other ways to use flamboyant wallpaper

What Houzz users are commenting on:

Xenia Boutchard added this to Home Patterns16 January 2020

Too overpowering (high contrast, busy pattern)

ktgrantham added this to Loo10 October 2019

Cole and son search Vivienne Westwood squiggle

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