Living Room / Dining Room – Matching Papers

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Usually I cringe when homeowners buy their wallpaper before I’ve been able to measure the space. But, happily and atypically, this couple bought MORE than they anticipated they would need. This always makes me happy. 🙂

The living room accent wall and the dining room accent wall faced each other, with a large entry in between them. The homeowners wanted the same pattern on each wall, which helped draw the spaces together. In addition, the wallpaper was chosen first, and then the wall paint color was selected, to coordinate with the color of the paper. This was really smart, as it was a wonderful color combination.

In the first picture, “before,” the wall is being primed. The second picture shows the living room wall finished. Then “before” and “after” of the dining room. The close up of the pattern shows some blotchiness of color – as the paper dries, this will disappear. The paper gets wet first at the seams, and it also dries first at the seams, which is why there is a bit of a white line down the seam in the photo – this area is drier than the rest of the paper.

This product is by PaperPro, manufactured by Brewster, and is on a non-woven substrate. It is a pre-pasted product, which is fast and easy to hang, and is designed to strip off the wall easily when it’s time to redecorate.

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One Response to “Living Room / Dining Room – Matching Papers”

  1. davybaby Says:

    I like the wallpaper, and the paint selection. I LOVE the light fixtures!

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