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Not unlike today, the Victorian Era was a period of transformation. It was especially pronounced in the decorative arts like wallpaper. Victorians loved their wallpaper. And I love it too.

This week I’m getting to work in one of the houses I’m most proud of papering in Washington, DC. The entire house has been decorated with Victorian paper. The photo shows a section of the living room. The ceiling is covered with Morris ceiling Aesthetic Green and trimmed with an Aster Border and lincrusta in white. Above the chair rail is a Morris Crab Apple paper with a Morris Deer & Rabbit Frieze. Below the chair rail is lincrusta in red. Installing that lincrusta was especially interesting. It is a “wallpaper” that mimics complex plaster work. It looks exceptionally striking in red.


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City dwellers know how to get creative with their wall spaces. This week, in a Washington, DC condo, I installed a French panoramic mural in a small vestibule (of all places!). It turned out beautiful. My clients are even considering naming the flamingo who will greet them everyday upon returning home.

This particular mural, The Flamingo Garden Sepia (LE JARDIN AU FLAMANT ROSE SÉPIA) was custom ordered from Ananbo to fit the vestibule in their condo.


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Having fun this September installing some cute wallpapers. Decorating an accent wall to be a Magic Forest in an adorable baby’s room, making Best Friends in a little girl’s room and starting the next astronaut with Space Jam wallpaper. Wallpaper provides so many nice options to inspire children’s play, turning a child’s room into a fantasy world of creativity and imagination.


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