Looking for some of your favorite wallpaper online at huge discounts? My rolls of Cole & Son Cow Parsley gorgeousness just arrived and I paid $15 for shipping and $105 per roll (each roll is a double). I know that’s not cheap, but usually you can expect to pay over $50 for shipping and $180+ per roll.
How did I save so much money? I didn’t even have to show cleavage or bat an eyelash! More here on my other blog.
(image from holly becker for decor8)
Sion shared with me today some of his new works. I’m a big fan of Ubiki, his new building/house/city artwork is so colorful and simply darling. These colors are dreamy!
* She Always Left The Light On – Dedicated to those who are always there for us.
* Tall Buildings – Whimsical artwork of tall buildings.
* My Village – A western-style take on traditional Chinese folk art.
You can purchase these online right here in case you are interested. Thanks, Sion!
(images from sion lee)
I was flipping through a recent copy of VTWonen and noticed Eijffinger wallpaper and felt an instant attraction to some of their latest patterns. Their papers for kid’s rooms really make an impact! On their website they mention that wallpaper framed versus on an entire wall is a big trend right now. Do you agree?
I’ve also noticed a rising interest in using only a few sheets of wallpaper to visually section off a room, useful in open spaces that double as a dining and living area. Eijffinjer recently collaborated with VTWonen magazine on a special line, you can view that here.
I’m glad that their site is both in English and Dutch or else I would have completely missed this otherwise. It’s a handy guide for wallpaper installation and the space effects that it has on a room depending on pattern and color. “With the use of colour it is possible to make a room look larger or smaller. Light tints optically enlarge while dark tints make smaller. Colour and atmosphere are inseparable. It is perhaps useful to think of regions and countries when trying to create a certain mood.”
(images from eijffinger)