Wallpaper had its time and that time has pasted…or did it? The last year has been filled with changes. One of these changes is the reemergence of wallpaper. The minimalist trend is slowly fading while its eccentric sister, maximalism, is taking the main stage. With wallpaper acting as her stage manager. However, loading a room with different textures, colors, & designs isn’t for everyone. So how do you add that bit of pop that maximalism brings to your home without feeling overwhelmed by design and color?
Creating an accent wall using wallpaper can really help unfold a space’s potential. It adds texture and design to a room that, was up until then, lacking it. By simply adding wallpaper to a single wall in your home you can completely transform the ascetic within the room.
Accenting an entire wall in your home can be a bit daunting for some. However, wallpaper isn’t exclusive to just walls. Now more than ever people have been brushing up on their DIY skills by learning new ways to reuse old pieces. What better way to liven up an old dresser then to add some color and design to it. Whether you lay the wallpaper on the inside of your drawers for a hidden surprise. Or add the wallpaper to the outside cabinet doors. With a little creativity the possibilities with using wallpaper is endless.
Peel & Stick
Wallpaper turns many people off by the sheer permanence of it. For instance, paint can easily be changed. Wallpaper on the other hand is a process to remove. But what if I told you it didn’t have to be? Thanks to modern technological advances wallpaper can be changed as easily, if not EASIER, than paint. Peel & Stick wallpaper is a great option for those who aren’t completely sold on the idea wallpaper. Peel & Stick allows you to test the waters without the fear of being stuck with something you hate. Easily applied and even easier to remove. This type of wallpaper is great for anyone trying to explore different interior designs & styles.