Recently, Rory installed Anna French Burmese wallpaper (metallic on aqua) on two walls in a bedroom. Selecting a paper from an artist known for bright and bold wallpapers, two walls are all you need to turn this bedroom into an eye-catching room of comfort and style.
This week we are (safely with social distance) working in Northern Virginia installing a classic Damask in a traditional dining room. Damask is considered to be the first known wallpaper. It was found in the Master’s Lodge in Christ’s College Cambridge dated around 1509. The Damask design evolved through its imitation of tapestries. If you are a history buff, you’ll enjoy this article.
In this dining room, the dark blue damask makes an impression as soon as you step in the front door.
Bold patterns like this floral paper from Ellie Cashman can transform a tiny powder room into big, bold business. The bigger the contrast of color and pattern, the larger the room will feel. Powder rooms and bath rooms are often showpieces where your friends and family can admire your aesthetic tastes. Know that you can be bold in the bathroom.