Off the Wall: The Expanded Field of Wallpaper

fun wallpaper ideas Off the Wall: The Expanded Field of Wallpaper
I’m a big fan of wallpapered accent walls and wallpapered headboards. Even more, I like it when the two are used together. Look at how much depth and visual interest is gained by applying the same wallpaper to a two-dimensional surface and a three-dimensional object.
Miranda and Greg Stratford decided to wallpaper their headboard as an afterthought. When their dark brown wood bed frame clashed with their newly selected black and white wallpaper from Graham & Brown, the couple thought it would be better to transform their existing furniture instead of purchase a new bed.


Total material cost: less than $250. At this price, the Stratford’s will be able to change the look of their bedroom every year.

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Jennifer M. Volland is an independent writer and curator based in Long Beach, California. She conceived and co-curated the exhibition and publication Grand Hotel: Redesigning Modern Life for the Vancouver Art Gallery (2013). She is co-author of Edward A. Killingsworth: An Architect’s Life (Hennessey + Ingalls, 2013) and Long Beach Architecture: The Unexpected Metropolis (Hennessey + Ingalls, 2004). Her writing has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, CITY, Environmental Graphics Magazine, Sunset, Arcade journal for architecture and design, and Western Interiors and Design, among other print and online publications.
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    So that just goes for guy who are “turned ON by girls in bikinis?”

    Kinda unclear?