Smoky, Misty “Wood” Look Textured Vinyl Wallcovering

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This new home is contemporary in style, and everything inside is all taupy grey brown charcoal cream white. This subdued pattern, reminiscent of wood planks, in the same hues and shades, is the perfect match. I’m not big on contemporary décor, but when the first strip of wallpaper went up, I was just blown away by how good it looked against the countertop and how well it coordinated with the rest of the house.

This is a textured heavy vinyl material, with no pattern match, so it looks a little like grasscloth on the wall. The manufacturer is Elitis, a French company. The interior designer is Neal Le Bouef, of L Design Group (do a Search on Google, HOUZZ, and Facebook), a lovely and fun person to work with, and who designs rooms that are crisp and sleek but still warm and welcoming and livable. This home is in Spring Branch (Houston).

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3 Responses to “Smoky, Misty “Wood” Look Textured Vinyl Wallcovering”

  1. Robert Miller Says:

    Wow. This is very unique. Thanks a lot author!

  2. Robert Mille Says:

    hi author, it’s you again. Why don’t you visit my site. You can see very interesting to read.

    • thewallpaperlady Says:

      Hi Robert (and Hi to Phil). I have been to your site, and was blown away by the professional quality of the site, and the work that you do, and also by your wonderfully written blog – I loved the blog about how Phil’s father got into the business. I hope to read more as time allows. Thanks for checking in on my blog, and stay warm up there!

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