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Using Lighting, Wallpaper and Wall Art to Create a Unique Interior

Wall lights are not a design element that many of us consider seriously, apart from the professionals. However, they are incredibly versatile and can really help bring a room together, regardless of which room and what season! Wall lights have the ability to completely shift the mood and dynamic in a home, so make sure to use them carefully! Though we may still keep our ceiling lights as our primary source of light, wall lights are actually capable of replacing them, should you wish. The kind of lighting we want in a room varies from person to person. Some people prefer a relaxed and ambient feel, whereas others prefer to just be flooded with light. Naturally, our preference varies from time to time, depending on moods and atmospheres, so it’s worth implementing a system that can provide more than one type of lighting for some versatility.

Types of Lighting

Types of Lighting

When it comes to wall-mounted lights, some of the more conventional options and the ones you may be thinking of include the likes of lamps and fairy lights. Old-fashioned lamps, in particular, bring antique vibes into a setting, as well as a touch of class and sophistication depending on the craftsmanship of the piece. These, however, are certainly not the only options you’re limited to, though they are apt at demonstrating that wall lights can perform just as well, if not better, than ceiling lights. Consider, for example, lighting boxes, which can be arranged on a wall for a unique and dramatic effect. You could even make eye-catching designs and shapes with interesting arrangements.

You could also consider using a fireplace as a source of light, as well as for the warmth and ambience. If you aren’t keen on a real fire due to safety concerns, then an electric fire can bring a similar homely feel without any worry of danger. Wall lights are also perfect for highlighting dark and shadowed areas that get overlooked. Lighting is great bringing attention to quaint little features within your home like a vase or a piece of fine art.

Sconces are another popular option in terms of wall lighting and decorations. They are typically associated with fireplaces and some opt to pair sconces up for a more charming and substantial effect, as well as double the lighting! They can complement statement pieces or focal points of a room because their lighting is subtle yet still significant enough to have an impact on a room or a decoration piece. If you want more relaxed and soothing lighting, sconces may be a viable option for you. They can come in a variety of styles and sizes, and compliment a large breadth of themes, in particular, those that are more country or traditional. Scones are a great way to get a different sort of texture and dimension to a room, as they are very unique in what they offer.

Another lighting alternative is the flush wall light. These are a sleek and minimalist method of lighting that would particularly complement easy-going spaces like living rooms or dining areas because of their soothing and gentle lighting. They don’t command too much attention or stand out on their own, so are ideal for those have other statement pieces that they want to take the spotlight, whilst their lighting quietly but effectively does its job in the background! If you need something neutral that can blend into and mesh well with pretty much any type of interior, then flush wall lights should be somewhere at the top of your list!
You could also consider mirror lights. Mirror lights are a quirky but elegant and beautiful addition to rooms such as the bathroom. This oft-neglected room can feel warmer yet more sophisticated with an addition as simple as this. They aren’t just pretty to look at – rest assured they do their job effectively and help to highlight whatever you’re looking at in the mirror to avoid excessive strain on the eyes! They are great for updating a tired bathroom and bringing it into the 21st century. However, they can also be used for full-length mirrors and vanities in your bedroom, there aren’t any rules!

Ceramic wall lights are also a fantastic option for those wanting something neutral and agreeable that can be swapped out at any time. You can decorate and style them however you wish with ease, as they are very similar to flush lights. They are great if you are undecided on themes and colour schemes for your interior because they will complement pretty much anything! Once you have some more clarity, you can either swap them out or alter them to more definitively suit a certain theme!

The World of Wallpaper

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Choosing wallpaper for our interior is not an easy decision for many, and many people put it off because it seems such an insurmountable task! Now, this is understandable because should you choose some, um, less than ideal wallpaper you will find yourself in a lot of bother because of the extra cost and time spent laboriously removing it! So it is in everyone’s best interest that the job of choosing appropriate wallpaper is done well the first time around. Also, wallpaper is a very long-term commitment for most of us, so it’s important to choose a design that will hold its own over the years rather than lose its charm six months in, because that may mean a potentially difficult removal process.

Everything in your home, not just your wallpaper, gives an indication of your personality, of who you are. It shows guests, friends and family alike something about you. Wallpaper plays a big role in contributing to this reflection of you, it is one of the first things to be noticed by us and sets the tone for the room before we’ve even stepped in it because it often envelops the entirety of the room. Therefore, you need to consider what kind of tone you want to set an atmosphere you want to create, and what you want the reflection of you to be!

Planning Before Purchasing

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What’s your style? What kind of person are you? How can your interior complement that? Do you want to give off strong cultural or religious vibes? Maybe you want a light-hearted or quirky setting if you are a more happy-go-lucky kind of individual yourself. Alternatively, if you’re the dark and brooding type, then you could go for a chic and minimalist setting (likely with a lot of the cooler colours thrown in there)! If your home is something of an antique or an art piece in itself, you may want the kind of wallpaper that will honour its legacy. These considerations will be a major help when it comes to your choice of wallpaper/s, as they enable you to find a piece that stays fresh and relevant rather than becomes boring after only a couple of months. Wallpaper is perfect for adding that personal touch and endearment to a room because it can be as unique as your heart desires!

Because wallpaper is such a significant decision for anyone who is decorating or renovating, it’s widely recommended to plan thoroughly before making a commitment! Create physical mood boards or use a Pinterest account to collect ideas for the kind of wallpaper you want, in what style, and giving off which particular vibe. Be creative, your mood board need not only be pictures you printed or found from the internet, roam textile and art and crafts shops, collect samples and tasters that take your eye and then store them all in a box or pin them to a board. It would be very handy if you could snag a sample of any particular wallpaper that takes your fancy – this way, you can hang it up and test it out to see if it retains its look and feel or becomes dull and drab within a matter of weeks. Also, consider the impact the change of lighting throughout the day has on your wallpaper. If you’re really lucky you may be able to score a sample for free! It certainly doesn’t hurt to ask. Don’t hesitate to keep cutting from and adding to your mood board, it’s certainly not a speedy process but it’s certainly worth it as it allows to narrow down and evaluate what you truly want from your wallpaper.

Spoilt for Choice

Spoilt for Choice

You are in no shortage of choice when it comes to wallpapers, which is certainly both a curse and a blessing. They are available in all styles ranging from minimalist and elegant to busy and vibrant. Huge technological advancements have fuelled this flourishing of wallpaper colour, design and style, with fewer and fewer limitations on the kind of wallpaper that can be created – at this point, the sky is the limit! This means wallpaper can now dazzle us even more than it could before – it’s a great way to spruce up a home without taking up any more space or giving the house a cramped atmosphere. You may have negative memories of old-fashioned wallpaper in aged houses – whilst some wallpaper would certainly have been beautiful you may have come across some unsavoury sights. If you have come across the wallpaper that really did not do it for you then this should not put you off from using it in your own home, it should encourage you because it puts you on your way to know what kind of wallpaper is your type – and what definitely isn’t!

There are a variety of ways to display wallpaper in your home, be it more traditional or more unique. It is common for homeowners to pick a wallpaper that catches their eye and suits their interior well, and then simply plaster it (or get someone else to plaster it) onto the four walls of their room. However, an important tip to keep in mind when choosing wallpaper is its impact when viewed from an adjoining room. That first glimpse you get of the wallpaper before you are even in the room is immeasurably important, and should not be forgotten or overlooked. Walk from one room into the next; is the wallpaper of the first room clashing uncomfortably with the interior of the second room? Or is that matching effect meaning that the second room feels unimaginative and boring? Is there any sense of a theme flowing through your rooms and consequently the house as a whole? This is a marvellous opportunity to reposition the wallpaper sample you managed to get your hands on and evaluate how the effect it has changes depending on which wall it is on and how close it is to the window and so forth. If you are only looking to wallpaper your accent wall you will have to be even more certain that you have picked the appropriate wall and that your wallpaper brings the necessary wow factor whether viewed up close or from afar.

Faux and Designer Wallpapers

Designer Wallpaper

Wallpaper is perfect for adding a new design or texture to a room, as well bringing attention to a certain feature or statement piece in the room like an exotic painting or a luxury sofa. Wallpapers can also do the back-to-basics job of working with and enhancing the other colours in your interior. If you want an unapologetically bold wallpaper, try going for large-scale patterns for an unmistakably emphatic effect, regardless of whether your interior is more contemporary or old-school. Designer wallpaper, in particular, will have a massive effect on your interior and may even guide the theme or atmosphere for the rest of the room.

Designer wallpaper can also come out as cheaper than original paintings or lavish furniture, whilst putting that same regal and awe-inspiring drama in a room. It can vary from shimmering gold to floral and natural themes, but it always promises to pack a punch because of the extra care and thought put into turning it into such a high-quality product. You may even find that your designer wallpaper eliminates the need for that one elusive art piece that you may have searched for far and wide, because of its own inherent beauty! Not to mention, your wallpaper need not been smothered on any and all walls, especially if you are at risk of overdoing it. You can simply frame a smaller piece of wallpaper and hang it up as if it was art, which for all intents and purposes, it is! This is a great way to add a bit of charm and quirkiness into a room, especially if you are on a budget and would prefer not to purchase large amounts of designer wallpaper or an expensive painting.

If you aren’t too keen on a plethora of colours you can still have a big impact using wallpaper by opting for bold patterns. Patterns, whether in one colour or many, have the ability to naturally draw eyes away from everything else and to itself, without being too overwhelming which sometimes an entire palette of colours can be. If you are truly torn between different wallpapers that you think would each add their own unique vibe to the house, take the plunge and go for them both! Sometimes two wildly different wallpapers can work surprisingly well together to create something refreshing and one-of-a-kind. If you find that the furniture and layout of your interior are pretty safe and neutral, wallpaper can be the final finishing touch to jazz up the room. More striking wallpaper works better in moderation, by confining it to only one wall you prevent it from stealing all the attention away from other pieces of interest, and instead of working with them and lifting them up. If you are wary of a wallpaper that’s a little too out there then, as aforementioned, don’t be ashamed of sticking with more neutral tones in the rest of your décor for something palatable and easy-going.

Another alternative to your classic beige wallpaper would be faux wallpaper that mimics sought after textures like marble and brick, without the price tag that inevitably comes along with them! These should almost definitely be restricted to only one wall, if you are seeking the greatest impact. If faux wallpaper is used more liberally it gradually becomes less and less appealing as you travel through the house. If you want to make faux wallpaper the star of the show, try to eliminate excess accessories or decorations, to give it space to attract attention and flourish! Floral and nautical themes in your wallpaper make for a soothing and relaxing atmosphere, whilst hard-hitting geometric designs ensure a clean, crisp and minimalist interior. You can go for smaller geometric patterns if you want the wallpaper to be more of a supporting actor! Measure accurately exactly how much area you need to cover, and thus how much wallpaper is required. Whilst having spare wallpaper never hurts and is great for repurposing, if you have a little too much on your hands it may just collect dust in storage, and because wallpaper isn’t the cheapest thing in the world, that would be quite a waste of money.

Sizing up your Space

There are a lot of “rules” when it comes to wallpaper, and whilst they offer valuable guidance for newbies, it doesn’t hurt to break away from convention and try something new – you may strike a gold mine! Go for deep and dark hues with intricate patterns if that’s your thing, after all, you know your interior better than anyone else. Also consider the size of your space carefully – if you space is smaller then try and stay away from large and emphatic patterns, as smaller patterns will complement the room more nicely. As you can imagine, therefore, large patterns are more suitable for larger spaces, because there’s less risk of the room feeling too cramped or overwhelming. If you want your room to have the illusion of being taller, then go for wallpaper with vertical stripes. If you want a narrow room to seem wider, then go for horizontal stripes to create the illusion. If you have walls that are interrupted by or have to work with things like windows or doorways, then more complex wallpaper comprised of intricate patterns will serve you well.

If you are interested in opting for more than one wallpaper, it is advised to try and vary up the size of the patterns, to create more interest in your walls. If you feel that your wallpaper is quite powerful and commands a lot of attention, try and keep the rest of your interior relaxed and neutral, so that there aren’t too many overwhelming elements within one interior. Look around at the current setting of your room, and if it is something that you are already happy with, then work with it! Use it as inspiration for your wallpaper, to ensure that whichever wallpaper you go for marries well with the rest of the room. Equally, if you have a completely bare room, your wallpaper can be a valuable starting point from which you can develop the rest of your interior. If you a want a rustic and homely atmosphere, try and go for a textured wallpaper that has a wood effect, as wood is known for bringing warmth and comfort into homes.

Certain wallpapers (definitely the smooth kind) are particularly apt at reflecting light in a setting, meaning that it can bring more space and air into dark or constricted places. Darker hues can give the illusion of there being less light in a room, which is perfect if you are trying to go for an ambient and soothing environment. If you want a prim and proper look for a sophisticated home, bold and dramatic colours and styles will do the trick. For something light-hearted and quirky, go for more unconventional patterns and designs that may be more personal to you, like birds or houses. A wallpaper that is bordered can help to give the effect of a finished and complete interior, so you aren’t left wanting something “more”. If you are going to be in a space for at least a few years, it’s definitely worth going for more high-quality wallpaper, as the difference between high and low quality is noticeable. It is definitely a pricey investment but will be worth it when you think about all the time you will spend in your living space. Cheaper wallpaper simply has less of a comfortable and homely effect on a setting, which will become more and more apparent the longer you live in a space. Changing your mind about wallpaper is a difficult and costly decision, so it must be reiterated to try and get it right the first time!

Alternative Wallpapers

Vinyl Wallpaper

There’s no denying that wallpaper is difficult to apply and even harder to take down! It’s recommended that a trained professional is that one who does the applying so that the wallpaper is not damaged in the application process, which could be an immensely costly mistake. However, lucky for you, there are a variety of types of wallpapers, and not all of them will require you to enlist the help of a professional. Result!

Take, for example, removable wallpaper. If you are still unsure about which wallpaper is the perfect one for you, this is an ideal way to dress up your home and make it comfortable whilst you are in the process of settling on a certain design. It’s also a great way to test out a variety of hues and see whether they do or don’t work well with the rest of your interior. True to its name, it is remarkably easy to apply and remove, eliminating all the usual hassle you get with conventional wallpaper.

Vinyl wallpapers are remarkably easy to clean and perfect for those who have young children about who can sometimes vandalise the walls! Vinyl wallpaper gives you the peace of mind that your money won’t go to waste, even with the interference of troublemakers! Vinyl wallpapers can have a paper backing, which will stay on the wall once you remove the wallpaper, however, this backing is easily removed or painted over if needs are. They’re very durable and are perfect for spaces like kitchens, where you are likely to find a lot of smears and stains that can now be effortlessly wiped off as if you were wiping off a tabletop.

If you know you will be living in a certain space for a short amount of time, say two years or fewer, then removable wallpaper may be a more cost and time effective option for you. Rest assured, temporary wallpaper does not look like knock-off wallpaper, and it’s very unlikely anyone who enters your home will be able to tell the difference. It is particularly handy for those who don’t own their particular place, as it can be removed without damaging the walls should you ever relocate. It’s also great for the more indecisive or experimental among you, giving you the freedom to chop and change as you please. Removable wallpaper is incredibly versatile, and if you have any leftovers you could consider applying them to another surface like tables or counter tops, for something truly eye-catching. It can even be framed or used to spruce up an old cabinet that is becoming forgotten. The fact that you can do all of this yourself is a big bonus, making the job of decorating a lot cheaper!

If you intend to stick with traditional wallpaper, it’s definitely not recommended to try and go it alone, especially if it is your first time. Applying wallpaper is one of those tricky tasks where if you may a small mistake you could be forced to start again from the beginning, which is simply not a problem with removable wallpaper. However, you will likely find more patterns, textures and varieties of this kind of wallpaper as it is more conventionally used.

Colour Combinations

Colour Combinations

Wallpaper is similar in effect to paint, and just as we put deep thought into painting our house so we should for wallpaper. An added advantage of wallpaper would be that it doesn’t require an artistic hand and you won’t have to pay anyone to conjure up a design (unless you are quite the artist yourself). It’s also more difficult to achieve certain textures with paint, which wallpaper can mimic with ease. Wallpaper also tends to be more bold and daring, whereas the tendency with paint is to just slash your walls with one or two colours without too much design or patterning, which can often lead to bland and boring walls. Just as the colours of paint will have a psychological effect on a person, so too will the colours present in your wallpaper.

When it comes to deciding on a room’s wallpaper, consider the room’s function: is it to relax, to entertain, to study, work or cook? How much natural and artificial light does the room receive? Does the room have several windows that mean it is always streaming with light? Or is it quite the opposite? What is your personal preference when it comes to colour? What colour schemes are present in the interior already? Or have you not decided on one? Questions such as these can help an overwhelming task become more manageable, as they quickly eliminate the colours that will ruin rather than improve your interior.

Lighter and brighter hues are more fun and relaxed, and can really liven up a drab environment. However, they have a tendency to be a little too much on the eyes if not balanced out by other hues. If you are decorating a smaller space, go for metallic, reflective wallpaper, as it can make your space look bigger by reflecting any light present in the room. Even gold and silver wallpapers, though they may seem a tad too much, can complement certain environments fantastically well, and fill them with vibrancy. If your furniture and wall decorations tend to follow the theme of warm colours then you have a lot of liberty with your choice of wallpaper. If you aren’t wanting to be too bold, neutral wallpapers can complement light colours really well, and of course, if you want to be a bit more “out there” then you can switch the neutrals out for something more daring. Neutral colours create a modern and laidback feel, and the lighter colours will serve to stop the room from becoming too uninspiring and safe. Whites and creams work well for a minimalist and classy home.

Colours on the deeper and darker side of the spectrum, the blues, purples and so forth are known for being soothing and calming, and so work particularly well in the kind of environment where the aim is to wind down, like a conservatory or a bedroom. If your dark wallpaper is crammed with shapes and pattern it may have the effect of making space feel smaller, but this is sometimes a useful illusion, depending on what you feel about the size of the room. Darker shades command attention and will not slip unnoticed into the background, so use them after careful consideration and at your own risk! If the rest of your room is already doused in dark, then a dark wallpaper may not serve the appropriate contrast, or help distinguish the different aspects of the room. Dark on dark can also run the risk of making a space cramped.

Regardless of whether you prefer a lighter or darker wallpaper, try to stick to a minimal amount of colours – around two or three. The more colours there are in your wallpaper the harder it becomes for it to complement other features of the home, and the more colours you have to introduce to bring a sense of cohesion into the setting. This can often become very frustrating and complicated, especially for those who are fairly new to interior design. If your room has a lot of bright colours, balance it with darks, and vice versa. An ombre wallpaper can work well in a lot of settings, having a similar relaxing and comfortable effect to the darker hues. If you are wallpapering your bedroom, consider the colours of your sheets and headrest, and see if you can match the wallpaper to them. Never forget the classy and timeless black and white colour scheme, which can work in almost any interior and is always sure to amaze.

Which Walls and Where

If you already know what you have a taste for in terms of design, that’s brilliant. However, if you’re new to all this and aren’t quite sure yet, there’s no need to fret! Take whatever time you need and use a variety of means to figure out what is for you and what isn’t, but it is strongly advised that you don’t settle on a wallpaper before you are certain about you want. One way to do this would be to buy little swatches of various wallpapers and try them out on your walls, before deciding on one. Consider then what particular vibe and feel you want to cultivate in your setting, and how to marry your taste preferences with this. If your wallpaper is your final touch rather than the element you build on, then think about how the wallpaper can complement the vibe you have already created in your interior.

Wallpaper is able to achieve a variety of effects and create some interesting illusions, so you’re more likely to be limited by your creativity than by the options available to you! If you want to wallpaper an area like a living room, you have more scope to add vibrant and cheerful patterns and designs, as living rooms are most likely to bustle with energy and conversation. This room is where you can do a lot of experimentation, so go wild (within your budget of course!). A space like a bedroom will be the exact opposite for most people, and wallpapers that have too much going on may be a distraction when we are trying to wind down.

This doesn’t, however, mean that your bedroom wallpaper needs to be plain and boring. For a relaxing vibe, more tranquil themes like nature will be more appropriate, and even a geometric theme can be very satisfying with its symmetry and clean design. Colder colours like blues and greens are fantastic at creating a peaceful setting to sit back and relax. Soft pastel colours and maybe a neutral or two thrown in there will all contribute to this calming mood. As long as there isn’t a barrage of bright colours, you have a lot of flexibility in terms of design. If your space is on the smaller side, it’s not wise to opt for textured wallpaper as it can make a room feel more cramped. If you want to make space feel bigger, one more tip is to use large patterns, as these stretch out over the walls and give the illusion of a bigger space. Small prints have the opposite effect, so think long and hard about what effect you desire for your space, after all, you don’t want to be stuck with a room that feels overstuffed.

Wallpaper also has practical purposes, if you wish, you can use it to organize and compartmentalise a room. Create distinctions between the different areas of wallpaper to separate each aspect of the room from the rest. For example, the bed from the dresser, and the dresser from the door. Equally, you could use a slightly different wallpaper for each area, as a quirky way of giving structure to your room whilst simultaneously bringing life into it. It’s important to keep in mind that walls that with unusual shapes and dimensions aren’t the easiest to wallpaper, and aren’t necessary to wallpaper either, as some of them do better with paint. It’s also worth remembering that wallpaper can cover up walls that are aesthetically in a bad condition, whereas if you go with paint a damaged wall will first have to be renovated, which could prove to be more expensive.

If you are craving colour, look to spaces like your kitchen. People don’t tend to put as much thought into designing their kitchens, perhaps because they don’t spend as much time in there and it isn’t the place where they entertain guests. However, kitchens deserve some love too! There should be no room in the house that is neglected, or it will attract the most attention because it sticks out like a sore thumb! You can really zero in on personal taste in the kitchen, as it is a fairly intimate space that not everyone will visit. For this reason, you will find a lot of bland and neutral kitchens, which is often a lost opportunity.

If you want a classy and sophisticated look, sleek and smooth wallpapers will perform best! They are particularly suited to transitional areas like corridors where you might meet and greet guests, and they set a great first impression. However, busy and lively wallpapers can also be used in these areas, because you are only exposed to them for limited amounts of time and so they aren’t at risk of becoming a headache. There are also fewer decorations and less furniture, giving you more freedom in terms of colour scheme as you have fewer elements that you need to match the wallpaper to. If you are using more intricate wallpaper, more caution is required in the application process to make sure each piece of paper lines up well with the next. Uneven wallpaper is definitely not a good look (unless it’s done deliberately!). At the end of the day, don’t hold on too much to certain rules when it comes to wallpaper; if you want a fun and lively bedroom, then choose what you want to achieve that vibe, if you want a calm and serene bedroom, the same applies. You know best what you want from your home and each individual room!

Achieving an Accent Wall

accent wall

If this is your first foray into wallpaper, don’t feel the need to paper all walls of all rooms right away! It’s your home, your space and your choice about how much time you want to spend testing out wallpapers. Begin with rooms that have a lower footfall, something like an office or kitchen, and expand to the rest of the home once you are more confident. In busier rooms that are more likely to have an accent wall, choose one wall to paper and paint the rest a complementary colour, for a sense of togetherness and cohesion.

This is a great way to create a star attraction in a room, instead of having a little bit of everything, which has a less bold and interesting effect. Of course, your feature wall can’t be a million miles apart from the décor of the rest of the room, but you must strike the right balance between being too different and too samey, as neither is a particularly good look. Consider elements like the carpet and art, and pick out inspiration and ideas from them for your feature wall. Try to ensure the wall is windowless for some continuity as well as extra space. If you are hooked on the accent wall idea, it may be worth spending extra to get personalized wallpaper designed to the exact specifications for your accent wall, which can come in very handy. Apart from walls, take a look around at the style of doors your living space offers, and if there’s any scope for wallpapering some of the panels, or even creating a border! Another daring idea is to wallpaper the ceiling (definitely best left to a professional!) for an extra dimension and layer to the room, as well as to bring a fresh perspective.

Interesting wallpaper ideas include maps, whether of the world, your country or even your hometown! It’s a nice personal touch that tells the story of who you are and where you’ve been and can be a great conversation starter. You may want more typical scenery of rolling hills or sunny beaches, but some feel may that they are too generic and cliché. If you are an avid photographer, you could consider using one of your own photos for wallpaper, which would definitely be a unique spectacle in your home. If your wallpaper is more neutral, regardless of the exact design and colour scheme, it gives you more room to switch up other elements of the décor once in a while, without the fear of different aspects of the interior clashing with each other.

Wallpapers in the sharp and bright style complement a modern home, whereas elements of nature like flowers suit a more rustic and homely feel. You could even try putting a bold wallpaper on one end of the room and a mirror on the other side for something that won’t be found in a lot of homes! It’s a clever way of saving money on expensive designer wallpaper, by mirroring the effect on a different wall. If you want something in the likeness of designer wallpaper without the expense, you could even consider gift wrap, though it would be to be high-quality gift wrap and applied professionally so that it looks gorgeous instead of tacky.

Think about how often certain rooms get used, to determine how long-lasting and robust you need the wallpaper to be. Are there young children in the home who could potentially damage the wallpaper if it is fragile? Or is that not so much of a problem? Considering this will tell you whether you need to invest in heavy duty wallpaper, especially if you intend to stay in a space for at least a couple of years.
And, for now, that is all! These were some technical tips and design suggestions for those interested in installing wall lights, using wallpaper, or maybe even both! Wall lighting is a worthy investment because of its famed functionality, as well as its sultry style. And wallpaper is a classic dating back many decades, and its rapid evolution means that there is more for you to explore in the wallpaper department than there ever has been before!

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