Ellen Show/Sandy Living Room

One of the focal points of this living space is the wall behind the couch. Because the furniture is neutral, we were able to add punches of color and personality elsewhere, like on this wooden slat wallpaper and in the throw pillows.

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

CoastalPerfect for a seaside vacation retreat, this wallpaper based on weather-beaten driftwood adds a rustic, nautical edge to anchor a room design.

Cheryl Freedman added this to 14 Extraordinary Wallpaper Looks3 November 2016

Trompe l’oeilOnce, fake was a byword for naff, but a new generation of quality papers mimicking other, pricier or more fiddly, finishes (bricks, wood, book spines, marble, even pegboard) has long put paid to that. This Scrapwood wallpaper by Piet Hein Eek has become a bit of a modern classic in recent years, and recreates the kind of faded vintage boards that usually take decades to achieve. It’s much more interesting than another wall of neutral paint.

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adelehawes added this to The Island Interior Design4 January 2021

walls, maybe sleepers could look like this?

Sherrie Habib added this to sherrie_habib's ideas3 July 2020

Cream and washed out blue with sisal rug

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