Wallpaper in Decoration

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Frances Lincoln, 2004 - House & Home - 192 pages
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After years of do-it-yourself paint effects, wallpaper is undergoing a design revolution and, in fact, has never offered the home decorator so much potential. Gone are the formal patterned prints; today the trend is informal, apparently random motifs in a palette of fresh colours and bold metallics that appear to be almost handpainted. Wallpaper can mimic those popular paint effects instantly as well as give rough plaster walls a fresh, smooth start.

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Using color photographs to illustrate a variety of wallpaper prints, textured, scenic, dados, and borders in settings that range from formal to traditional to casual to modern, wallpaper designer ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Jane Gordon Clark is the founder of design company Ornamenta, creating collections of trompe l'oeil and handprinted wallpaper. She wrote Italian Style.

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