Subtle Statements

Wallpaper is no longer a thing of the past, and I love that.  It’s such a great way to add texture, color, and impact to a room.  One of my favorite ways to use wallpaper is as a subtle statement — an example of this would be a bolder pattern in a lighter color.  Using wallpaper like this is a sure way to create a space with personality without it being too over the top.

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A delicate pattern rests on the ceiling of this nursery.

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Project Nursery

And speaking of ceilings, how about this pretty pattern?

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South Shore Decorating Blog

How gorgeous is the textured paper in this office?  And that lucite Zig Zag chair — I want it desperately.

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So cute.  A little floral motif.  🙂

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Elements of Style

LOVE this laundry room papered in toile by Erin Gates.  A seriously perfect choice.

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Home Bunch

And while we’re on the subject of laundry rooms, how pretty is this?  The calming, subtle blue is lovely.

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Another amazing toile rendition.  This one, in a little girls’ room, is used expertly — a grown-up pattern in a colorway that can be both young and mature.  This is a pattern that truly will grow with your child.

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I seriously could not love this space more.  Do you see how the chair backs are sort of repeated on the walls?  Beautiful use of three-dimensional design.

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And in a more traditional light…  🙂

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