This week, designer Kimberly Lewis showed us four other ways to use wallpaper around the house.
If you've fallen in love with a wallpaper
pattern that just doesn't work in your space, you can still use it in your decor. Just frame it and call it artwork. Or, you can use wallpaper to put the focus on a fab vintage frame. Says Kimberly:
I had bought this vintage frame at a yard sale a while ago and it was sitting in my closet because I hadn't found the right piece of art for it. I decided that it was too pretty to not be put out and admired. I cut a piece of my wallpaper Pebble in Dusk to fit and ta-da instant art! Patterns can easily be changed out depending on your mood or season."
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Project #3: Wallpaper Bunting
To create bunting, cut wallpaper into triangles and stitch (or glue) to ribbon.
Make your own custom stationery set by folding wallpaper scraps into notecards. For that extra-special touch, line the envelopes with coordinating wallpaper.
Project #1: Pinwheels
Custom pinwheels make adorable party decorations. I know of a bride who filled her reception with them, which made the atmosphere fun and charming (just like her).
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