COVID has caused an actual boom in our business. It sounds terrible to say, but it’s true. We’ve never been busier. Because everyone is forced to stay home/ work from home/ learn from home people are really seeing their homes, and the faults in their homes, in a new light.
For many homes, floral or botanical patterns are ideal as accent walls or similar focus points. Even if the majority of your primary walls are a different aesthetic, a few panels of natural wallpaper will add a splash of color that you can complement with other accents, keeping the visual fresh for anyone in the room.
Emma’s completed nursery! I am pretty happy with how this came out, and am still trying to figure out how to make some of this work in the new house – her new room can only have roman shades, and I really don’t want to chop these curtains up- so hoping I can use them in the guest room.
While many naturally connect wallpaper with home areas, it has numerous uses in commercial spaces as well. One of the top examples here, where aesthetics are often vital in a given room or space, is within a hotel, motel or any other type of lodging business.
Blue wallpaper has the unique ability to completely transform any room into a serene, luxe space – with shades ranging from deep, dramatic navies to bright and airy pastels.
Decorating a kid’s room can be a fun, creative outlet for both parents as well as the child, and can even become a family project to help keep little hands busy and inquiring minds occupied.
There are many types of animal print available. Leopard, cheetah, zebra, tiger, cow print, and snakeskin are among the favorites for interior decorating. Most of these are available in modern versions as well – from monochrome to bold color, textured effect, and even glitter.
Whether you’re looking to decorate a nursery for your toddler or a bedroom for your pre-teen, there are so many options to choose from that it can all get a bit overwhelming.
The hottest new interior trend is embracing the beauty of the outdoors, creating a space that captures the textures, colors, and shapes we see outside and in our natural world.
Did you know that wallpaper is thousands of years old and can be traced in some form to historical civilizations?
Choosing wallpaper for your children’s bedroom needs careful consideration, as you will need a wall covering that inspires and motivates.
Whether you’re looking for a couple of small touches to bring your home up to date, or you’re considering a full-blown home makeover, the new year is a great time for a fresh start in your home.
This kitchen project was documented in 10 episodes of the HGTV show, “American Rehab, Virginia,” available on Amazon Prime.
Country kitchens nowadays are cleaner, sleeker, and slightly more industrial than ever before – think natural materials, lots of light, an abundance of plants and copper cookware hung on the walls.
If you are considering a remodel and it includes an open plan kitchen then this article is a must-read. We spell out the pros and cons of doing it.
Whether you’re looking to bring an industrial feel or a farmhouse style to your home, brick effect wallpaper helps you achieve the look quickly and easily.
We can help you decide whether a room could benefit from wallpaper on the ceiling. Here are a couple of considerations to make here, plus some tips for if you choose to install ceiling wallpaper.
We’ll work with you on all the details of your wallpaper project, including answering the question: how much wallpaper do I need for my project?
It’s hard enough to build a house that delivers style, function, and energy efficiency. To do so on a limited budget is laudable.
Best Traditional Home: This year’s Best Traditional Home Award goes to Frank Shirley Architects for their work on this Tudor-revival remodel.
Now that construction of the 2018 Fine Homebuilding House is all wrapped up, we’ve put together a slideshow of the finishes and fixtures in the house—along with a couple of images to remind you of the process that Mela and Dave used to create this beautiful, inviting house.
This is a cool feature in a house renovation project. A large walk-in pantry is hidden behind a door which is made to look like built-in cabinets.
Recently amended FEMA regulations specify new builds be 13 ft. above mean tide in Long Island Sound. So we had to raise the finished floor by 7 ft.
We chose to use wood flooring throughout the house, except in the bathrooms and mudroom/laundry, as a way to unify the spaces and add the warmth of wood to the modern architectural form.