Dalston

Simon Maxwell

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lucysearle
Lucy Searle added this to 10 Tricks to Make Your Master Bedroom Feel Bigger31 January 2021

Play with proportionVertical stripes on walls and at windows can trick the eye into seeing a room as taller than it is; horizontal ones will make it seem wider. Here, the ceiling is raised – visually – with a trompe l’oeil wallpaper. The concrete-effect panelled grid pattern also regularises the room’s awkward angles – and, as a bonus, adds texture to the small space. Choose wide stripes for a contemporary feel – and neutral or receding colours over bolds.

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to 5 Fresh Alternatives to Exposed Brick Walls1 September 2019

…or go for a concrete-effect wallpaper.Get more wall ideas with these cool and creative wall hangings

karenwilsonfreelance
Karen Wilson added this to Ingenious Wallpaper Designs That Trick The Eye30 July 2017

Concrete slabA large-scale design, like this concrete slab wallpaper, is ideal for creating a wow wall. It’s a particularly good trick in a plain bedroom that has only a door and a window, as fashioning your own focal point can make up for a lack of features elsewhere in the room.Take a look at these bare cement walls that offer oodles of style

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lala50
Lala Obrey added this to Mstr Bdrm15 January 2021

Industrial but cozy . I like it a lot ❤️

marcia_matera
Marcia Matera added this to Marcia's Ideas6 December 2020

concrete wallpaper - industrial look

nguyenteriscoming
nguyenteriscoming added this to Master bedroom22 October 2020

This wall the long vertical panels

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