Like most things, it is often the simplest solution that is the toughest one to achieve. Take wallpaper for example, how many times have you looked at a pattern and thought it was pretty but it was too much to use over all four walls? Well that doesn't have to be the case, here are some ideas that you might not have considered:
- Try, like I did in the room above, to use the wall paper on just one wall. Feature walls received a bad rap in the 70's but they are now back as a legitimate tool in the designers arsenal.
- Still not enough, on the room above, a nursery, I used alternating rolls of paper in different colors.
- If you are luckier enough to have paneling in your room, try wall papering just the insides of the panels.
- I think that ceilings are underrated, you may want to try papering the ceiling, don't be afraid of pattern there.
- Wall paper doesn't just have to go on the wall, what about a piece of furniture, a great way to put those flea market finds to good use.
Well good luck with your paper adventures!