Antique? Boutique? Unique? Wallpaper Does It All

Wallpaper pique your interest? There are amazing options for you to choose from. This week for an Arlington, VA client, I installed a Schumacher natural sisal, Feather Bloom Sisal, a wide-width grass cloth. It required hand-trimming – a tricky process that relies on steady hands and nerves of steel to get right. I think it turned out pretty nice.

Alexandria, VA client had her designer, Todd Martz, select a unique treatment for her newly renovated master bath. Two walls with Cowtan & Tout Hatteras Metallic (grass cloth) and two walls with Cowtan & Tout Treasure Flower wallpaper. Definitely a unique and boutique … week!

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Lush & Confident Wallpaper In Small Spaces

This lush and bold pattern makes the powder room feel taller and warmer. 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 your small spaces with a paper like this. Serena & Lily’s Granada.

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William Morris Wallpaper

This week I was absorbed into the world of William Morris wallpapers. Created in 1876, his Snakeshead design is an enduring favorite among Morris’ wallpapers. It certainly transformed this bathroom. For the family room, I installed Morris’s Pimpernel design. Morris himself decorated his dining room with his Pimpernel paper at his home, Kelmscott House in 1876.

For lovers of the Arts & Craft movement, Morris’ beloved designs can be found not only on walls but in a store full of items at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.  

The Metropolitan Museum of Art William Morris Store

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