Shadowy, Watercolory Trees in a Master Bedroom

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If you saw the rest of this room, with it’s tan walls and soft blue accents, punctuated here and there with very dark brown furniture, plus a little sparkle from mirrored bedside tables, you’d grasp how perfect this paper is for the room. The homeowners have been dreaming of getting the paper up for about a year now, and finally made the jump and called me. I measured, they bought the paper, I got an unexpected opening and was able to get their paper up very quickly.

The pattern is by Harlequin, a British company, and is printed on a non-woven substrate and uses a paste-the-wall installation procedure. I love that the trees look like shadows, and when you get close, it appears to be a watercolor painting. It went on an accent wall of a master bedroom in a new home in the Houston Heights.

Last pic:  The day’s waste, all in one neat package.  Another day, no trash bag used.  🙂

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