Posts Tagged ‘west houston’

Traditional Swirled “Deconstructed” Damask for West Houston Powder Room

October 9, 2021
Powder room prepped, primed, and ready to hang.
Rear corner.
Rear corner done. This pattern isn’t a true damask, but it has the classic elements, so I’m calling it a deconstructed damask. It has swirls thrown into the mix.
The scratch design makes it feel antiqued and “old world.” In addition, the vinyl material has a textured surface, so it comes across something like an oil painting.
Manufacturer of this solid vinyl material is Norwall.

Brightening Up an Entry

December 30, 2014

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I didn’t get a “before” shot, but this entry hall in a West Houston home was originally papered in a beautiful, but very dark, red wallpaper. There was nothing wrong with it, but it didn’t suit the taste of the new owners, a young family.

In the first photo, the dark walls have been sealed with Gardz, then primed with a coat of white-pigmented Ultra Prime. In the second photo, the new, golden and shimmery wallpaper with a traditional floral pattern has gone up.

All I can say is, this really transforms the room!

This wallpaper is by Thibaut Designs, and the interior designer is Pamela O’Brien of Pamela Hope Designs.