London Mews HouseContemporary Bedroom, London
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Understand the importance of prepExperts agree that time spent preparing your walls before hanging wallpaper will result in the best possible finish. Take the time to assess and treat the walls, particularly if you’re using a metallic-finish paper, which can expose even the smallest imperfections.Check which adhesive and paste the manufacturer recommends, and whether your walls should be lined. ‘Most manufacturers will suggest priming the walls first, which means sponging on a watered-down paste solution prior to hanging,’ says Taylor.
Go for a subtle approachGrey is still a stalwart for our homes as we move into 2015 and this tonal paper offers a sophisticated alternative to plain, painted walls. The hand-shaded-style hue on all four walls is surprisingly subtle yet utterly chic and enveloping, with the oversized glass chandelier adding to the opulence. Check out more ways with grey
Be drawn to graphiteArtistic influences aren’t just about colourful washes: this wall covering is reminiscent of pencil shading or elegant ink drawings – reinforced by the artwork over the bed. These artistic influences add a creative twist to what could otherwise be a simple grey scheme.See more winning grey schemes
Glam it upWhy treat your bedroom as second class? Complete your haven with the most extravagant light fitting in the house. Chandeliers look as good over a bed as they do over a dining table. Stick to muted colours elsewhere in the room to make the glitz really stand out.