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We love the transformative magic wallpaper instantly brings to a room!

Here we used geometric black and white papers to create feature walls in apartment living areas and in entry lobbies of a new multi residential development we're working on in the San Francisco Bay area.

I still get a thrill every time the first roll of paper goes up.

In a matter of 1-2 hours you have totally transformed a bland space into a visual treat.


Choose a pattern you won't get tired of but something with visual impact if using it, as a feature wall in an entry, living or dining room.

If using a paper to unify a room then consider not only its impact on all four walls but how it will relate to adjoining areas.

Look for textured papers or subtle patterns in neutral colors if you want to add a layer of texture to a room.

And don't forget you are not limited to papering the walls, think about your ceiling or just adding a dash of color or texture to the back of a bookcase.


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Sue-Anne Wilkinson Brochier in San Francisco, CA on Houzz