Whether it's fragile rosebuds and ivy gingerly climbing a bedroom wall or bold stripes setting the tone for a vibrant dining room, wallpaper adds dimension and warmth to any setting. What's more, it can provide solutions to a multitude of problems, from making a room seem larger to camouflaging structural flaws. Decorating with Wallpaper explores the patterns and motifs, history and myriad uses--some cleverly beyond wall covering--of this most versatile of design elements. Includes full-page samples of various wallpaper patterns.
Date Published 12/28/2001
Rated By: "salsheti"
From: Manama, Bahrain
Comments: Beautiful to look through but rather Standard This little book is beauty for the coffee table, but unfortunatly it offers no real inovative or new ideas. I bought it a while ago but just got round to using it in my projects. It offers the traditional mix and match of fabrics with wall coverings. It actually is more interesting as a general interior design book than one exclusively for wallpaper as the title would suggest. The pictures show the wallpaper used to only decorate a room, rather than to create you know that something that you want by changing from paint to wallpaper or just changing the wallpaper to achieve a new look.