Just when my husband and I have decided to move away from the wall flats we used for the headboard in our previous master bedroom, I discover that Inhabit has released new wall flat designs that make my heart go pitter patter. I MUST find another place to use these:
This is easily my favorite of the new designs. I love the graphic, geometric shapes, and I imagine they’d be gorgeous if painted in a bold color.
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I’m a big fan of using paint to spruce up a room, because it’s a quick and relatively inexpensive way to change the look of a space. But sometimes, I wish I could do a little more. I’m not above using a stencil to create a beautiful pattern on a wall, and I’ve seen some people (most notably, Kristen of kfd design) create hand-painted patterns that can make you swoon. But lets be honest. Not everyone has a steady enough hand to free-paint a pattern, and stencils can be messy and time consuming. I’m determined to install wallpaper in at least one room when we finally have our own house, and these papers from Madison and Grow are high on the list of ones to try. :: READ THE FULL POST
I’m not afraid to admit that I’m an absolute sucker for beautiful wallpaper. Make it one-color wallpaper in a modern or abstract pattern and I’m easily sold. I haven’t gotten around to actually buying any of this wallpaper yet, mostly because of a fear I’ll completely ruin it when trying to install it. That, and as much as I like the concept, I haven’t been able to select a wall that I’d want to see completely covered in wallpaper. Nonetheless, this Shadows of the Paranormal Wallpaper by Pottok Prints is going on the short list of wallpapers I’d eventually love to try. Specifically, the black and white version. I love the abstract print, and the name gives you a clue into the whimsical nature of the pattern. From the product description: :: READ THE FULL POST
I love versatile, artsy products, particularly those that can be mounted on a wall. Aside from the fact that bare walls are boring, wall art can be used to hide imperfections in your walls and create drama where there was none. If you’re lacking for a headboard and need to make one fairly inexpensively, wall art is a good place to start. Wall flats are Inhabit’s three-dimensional “wallpaper” panels that can be painted and positioned any way you see fit. :: READ THE FULL POST