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Wallpaper Week: Fougere Wallpaper By Romo

Wallpaper Week has taken us to the Netherlands, United States, and today, the United Kingdom with the Fougere Collection. Just like the Thibaut and Eijffinger books, Romo showcases a prominent array of geometric patterns, variations on the trellis design, colorful large-scale florals, and the use of heavy metals. The vivid colors in the Fougere collection...
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Wallpaper Week: Club by Eijffinger

“You have to see the book in person, it’s nothing like anything we have had before.” Hirshfield’s Design Studio  From Gothic to glam, the mix of patterns in the CLUB collection lends to both residential or commercial spaces. The purple hologram, mirrored bubbles, and reflective foils would work well in a restaurant, bar, lobby, or...
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Wallpaper Week: Eijffinger’s Uni Royal Book

I have deemed this week “Wallpaper Week.” Why? Because I have images from five incredible wallpaper collections to share.  According to our store personnel, more and more people are coming in and asking for help selecting wallpaper. I’m hoping you’ll see a room setting which inspires you to get excited about wallpaper. Whether you are...
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Friday Finds: Schumacher Wallcovering

House of Turquoise recently did a post featuring the Chiang Mai Dragon wallpaper pattern in blue. The aquamarine and lacquer colorways of this pattern are so stunning, I never paid much attention to the blue colorway. After seeing this bath redo I’m a believer in the blue. Having the millwork painted white makes the wallpaper...
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Bits & Pieces: Style At Home High/Low

This “high/low” post over at Style at Home caught my eye because I recognized the wallpapers. When a customer requests “bird wallpaper” these  two patterns are often pulled by the staff to show to the customer.  The papers have a lot in common; variety of color ways, quality paper, both good-looking patterns; the price point*...
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Friday Finds: As Seen in Hirshfield’s Design Studio

Julia (Hirshfield’s Design Resource) loves her design magazines and design books. She has a very keen eye and will dissect every inch of a room, pointing out pieces the showroom has on the floor, had on the floor, or a piece ordered by a customer. Here’s a small offering from the showroom as seen in some...
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Friday Finds: House of Turquoise Dream Home Tour

Be still my beating heart. House of Turquoise did a week-long blog tour of this Utah reader’s dream home. Cristi and her husband Jeff recently finished this incredible house and then shared photos with House of Turquoise. Cristi’s inspiration? Her design file filled with favs saved over the years and House of Turquoise. This Friday...
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Friday Finds: The Anniversary Collection by Thibaut

Celebrating Thibuat’s 125 years in business, the company is honoring its past with a traditional collection of document prints and designs. Thibaut has taken inspiration from antique documents, embroideries, maps, and textiles gathered from countries around the world;  reinterpreting the patterns to reflect the creative and distinct look of a Thibaut wallpaper and fabric. Also, with...
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Tips For New Homeowners

Congratulations! You’re now a homeowner! May 1 is actually a holiday just for you – it’s “New Homeowner Day.” Being a homeowner can be overwhelming and the list of projects can seem endless. But think of the possibilities that are ahead of you. What colors will you choose to inspire you? Paint or wallpaper? What...
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Bits & Pieces: National Tartan Day

A little Scottish love coming your way in honor of  National Tartan Day. April 6 is the day designated for Scots in the United States and Canada to observe and promote their Scottish heritage. Let me know if you spot any kilts out and about. Here in Minnesota, the Minnesota Scottish Fair and Highland Games are...
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