Posts Tagged ‘lines’

Intertwined Lines in Art Deco Pattern, Master Bedroom

May 15, 2021
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Headboard wall
Keeping the pattern match in corners is tricky
Metallic gold lines

Yhe home is a classic ’50’s / ’60’s ranch in the Spring Branch area of Houston, that has been nicely updated. It now has an open-concept living area, with contemporary finishes and fixtures (flooring, faucets, etc.). The kitchen and bathrooms have been given a sleek new look, as well.

Instead of papering just one accent wall in the master bedroom, the homeowners opted to put the wallpaper all the way around the room. The simple pattern and soft two-tone color palate make it a good choice. The contemporary design and gold metallic accents fit it in with the updates in the rest of the home.

The wallpaper is by York. It is a non-woven material, which means it can be hung via the paste-the-wall method. See next post for info on the install itself.

All Lined Up

January 5, 2017

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This fun paper went in the powder room of a newly-built, very contemporary style home in the Montrose neighborhood of Houston. Originally, the walls were white. Wow – what a change! The homeowners and all the workers on the job site kept walking in to see the transformation.

People mistakenly think that a wallpaper pattern, or dark colors, will make a room look smaller. But the opposite is true … A little pattern and movement will actually push the walls away visually, and a design of some sort will add personality and keep the room from feeling claustrophobic.

This wallpaper is called “Lines,” and is by Ferm, and is a non-woven material and was installed by the paste-the-wall method.