Posts Tagged ‘wallpaper’
This is a guest post from Pete. Pete Wise is a content developer and white-hat SEO Jedi. This article was written for Discount Decorating Online who sell deeply discounted wallpaper and wallpaper borders. Follow Pete on twitter: @MySEOHeadache
Hi, my name is Pete, and I consider myself a bit of a handyman. I feel that projects come together intuitively for me and I can figure out a solution to any project problem.
According to my girlfriend, “being a handyman” means hanging things crooked the first few times, struggling when I don’t have to, and multiple unnecessary holes in the wall. She tries to talk some sense into me every single time, but somehow I manage to forget it all.
Here they are, and since she used to work construction for 4 years, these are tips all DIY-ers, myself included, need to stop ignoring.
The Wallpaper collection called “Shape and Form” is the work of Graham & Brown and its unicity comes in various geometric shapes which create interesting textures and sometimes a 3D feel.
The official description of the project from Graham & Brown: “We wanted to push the boundaries and create a dramatic, masculine collection that plays with perceptions conjuring optical effects to offer homeowners a dimensional alternative for decorating walls.” The wall covering designs in this collection are very diverse, therefore suited for a wide range of interiors. The color pallete ranges from dark hues to vivid and fresh ones creating a fun and lively set.
Mixing matte with gloss and metallic finishes, the wallpaper have an uncommon feel while the user will surely take a closer look in order to check out the patterns and figure out how the optical illusions form. If you think this sort of wallpaper could improve the way your home looks, you can find more information about purchasing here. -via +MOOD
Iris Maschek already has developed a successful career in designing textiles and wall treatments for European brands like Rasch, Eijffinger, Creation Baumann, and Dedar, but having her own line leaves her free to explore darker, more experimental imagery and proportions. The Following wallpapers are the first collection signed directly by the mentioned designer.
Maybe you’ve seen our other posts about wallpaper and wall coverings we had in the past, if now you can check it out in the wall coverings section. The following collection is a great alternative to the classic paint or some plain wallpaper.
From B&N Industries come these innovative wallpaper ideas, a lovely alternative for plain paint. A large variety of patterns is available and if at one point you are not happy with what lies on your wall, you can make a personal adjustment: create new patterns starting from the original one.
Still, you should know these wallpapers can be scratched with almost no visible effect, however if you try really hard it may just work. Aside from their “strength”, we should emphasize on the fact that they are very elegant and versatile, meaning they go well with almost any design style. This is due to the fact that they are mostly monochromatic and the patterns are not flashy. There are many colors to chose from, but black and white are the favored ones. -via Perfecto Ambiente
As we made it our job to help you stay informed on where we feel the trends are going, we’d like to make an announcement– “Wallpaper and wall coverings are no longer a womans decision. Henceforth, the man shall hold the proverbial brush that covers that naked canvas of the walls in your home… but women are totally welcome to do all the painting work, providing that we choose the color.” (just kidding, we know we’re grasping at straws here, ladies)
Inhabit Wall Flats
The Inhabit Wall Flats come in five different designs, including the Seasaw design shown above. Let’s take a look at the other four: Braille, Bud, Industry, and Shangri-La.