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Friday Finds: Bits & Pieces

There are times when I just have to share one little item because it is so good-looking, creative, unusual, or it strikes a chord with me. All these amazing items will fall under “bits & pieces.” With that said, I have been saving some of my favorites. House of Turquoise posted this bathroom last week...
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Thibaut + Alpha Workshops = The Artisan Collection

The wallcoverings shown here are a few of the offerings from the new The Artisan Collection by Thibaut. This collection is a collaboration with Alpha Workshops and Thibaut. The Alpha Workshops is the only not-for-profit organization in the country that trains and employs people living with AIDS/HIV, in the field of decorative arts. How cool...
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Resolutions for Your Home

My favorite part of a new year is the blank slate that lies ahead. You can look at a brand new calendar and schedule vacations. You can promise yourself that this is the year you’ll take better care of yourself. Maybe you want to reconnect with family. But have you thought about making some resolutions...
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Friday Finds: Avalon by Thibaut Wallcovering

  Carefree Spirit of Wallpaper Have you been entertaining thoughts of wallpapering? Just a little? Take a look at Thibaut’s new book Avalon. Thibaut’s designers did a great job coloring the patterns, making all the patterns in the book very user-friendly. My two favorites are the Popsicle colors of the Waterbury pattern and the Vancouver...
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Friday Finds: Get Your Zig Zag On

Have you noticed the presence of chevron and herringbone designs in home decor and fashion? Rugs, flooring, fabric, wallcovering; that zig zag is all over. It knows no boundaries, mixing it up with every style. The difference between chevron and herringbone? From Things That Inspire …a chevron style floor, where the planks are set on...
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Friday Finds: Gray, Grey, Greige

            The color gray is a gray area. It is a complex color. “That’s not gray, that’s…” It’s been 10 years since gray first popped up on our radar. Back then no one was using gray as their primary wall color. That’s all changed. So many choices. When asked about...
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Friday Finds: Fabio Wallcovering

We are showcasing the talented Miss Claire and her interest in wallcovering. The top two photos are from the exhibit “Appreciation: A Celebration of the U of M Arts Scholarship Program” at the Katherine E. Nash Gallery. The exhibit runs through August 26, 2010. Claire designed and “printed” the wallcovering shown in these photos. She...
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Friday Finds: Thibaut’s Damask Resource Volume 3

Great looking wallpaper is what Thibaut is bringing to your home with the release of Damask Resource Volume 3. Thibaut is updating the look of their damasks with gold foil and cork peeking from the background, raised patterns, and heavy on the metallics. Perfect timing for the resurgence of all that is Victorian…with a 2010...
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How to Remove Wallpaper

When it comes to removing wallpaper, everyone seems to have his or her own theory about what technique works best. But Deb C. at the Edina Hirshfield’s decided to put the four most common techniques to the test; vinegar and water, fabric softener and water, plain water and DIF Wallpaper Remover concentrate and water. And...
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Commercial Wallcoverings – Not Just for Commercial Spaces

Commercial wallcovering isn’t just for commercial spaces anymore!  According to Hirshfields sales consultant, Becky Eggers from the Rosedale store, commercial wallpaper is a viable option for larger spaces in your home, long hallways, loft spaces or spaces without lots of cutouts – like doors, windows or closets.  The primary reason for this is an average...
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