Posts Tagged ‘dashes’

Wallpaper Photos in Cottage Journal Magazine, Summer 2020

July 27, 2020


This issue is all about coastal living, hence the blue, sand, and fog hues, and nautical and beach accessories.

The second photo makes me envision floating fronds of seaweed. It’s called “Priano,” by Serena & Lily, a pattern that I love and a manufacturer that I like a lot. I have hung it many times.

The third photo is “Dashes,” which looks like watercolor daubs made a paintbrush. Note how it calls up images of ocean waves. It’s by Rebecca Atwood, also a good quality paper, and which also I have hung a few times. Although it is higher-end and requires hand-trimming and other special installation techniques. I have seen similar designs by other, more approachable brands.

Fourth photo – seagulls.

Next photo – Cheery flowers on a backdrop to a small home bar. This pattern is also by Serena & Lily.

Last photo – if you look at the top right of the picture, covering the walls of the landing at the top of the stairs, you can see an upbeat, open air feeling, red & blue floral pattern.

Rebecca Atwell “Dashes” Finished and Fixed Up

July 5, 2018

Here are some finished shots of the playroom I did a month ago. We ran short of paper* and had to have more custom-made.

*To be honest, I think the company shorted us … both the designer and I measured meticulously (it’s crazy expensive paper), and we both came out to the same yardage … I can’t see how we could have both been wrong.

The design is called “Dashes” and it’s by Rebecca Atwood. The interior designer for this room is Layne Torsche, of Layne Torsche Interiors in Houston.

Rebecca Atwood “Dashes” in a Toddler’s Playroom

June 1, 2018


Lucky little boy, who gets this high-end Rebecca Atwood “Dashes” wallpaper in his playroom. The design looks like someone took a tiny brush and daubed watercolor paint onto the walls.

This home is in the Highland Village neighborhood of Houston, and the homeowner is the interior designer. Layne Torsch Interiors.