Rounded Flame Stitch in a Heights Dining Room

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This dining room in a new home in the Houston Heights has traditional block paneling that reaches up 5′ high. In the first photo, you see the painted paneling, and the new Sheetrock above it. I primed the Sheetrock with a pigmented wallpaper primer (Ultra Prime Pro 977 by Roman’s), and then every surface in that room was – WHITE!

And it was – BORING! 🙂

In the next photos, you can see how wallpaper transformed the room. The pattern is small an tight and contains only two similar colors on a white background, so it is not busy or overwhelming at all.

But just look at how that little bit of pattern and color brings life to the room! And look at how the paneling and woodwork suddenly becomes noticeable and beautiful, once it is contrasted against the darker wallpaper.

The interior designer who helped bring life to this home is Stacie Cokinos. The wallpaper is in the Echo line, and is by Baker, a British company. It is on a non-woven substrate, and is a paste-the-wall product.

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