At least once a month someone asks me to come up with a new way to show wallpaper. You’d think that it’s main purpose (ie. on a wall) would be the ideal scenario, but I find that “new and exciting” is what I’m often asked to come up with. So it was with great pleasure that I came across the book Wallpaper Projects by Derek Fagerstrom and Lauren Smith.
Their book features so many creative ways to use wallpaper that I got tingly all over! (And the best part is the majority of their projects aren’t inventive for the sake of being filler to get to a certain page count for their book. No! In fact, many of these you might actually consider doing in your home!) Here are a couple of my favorites:
Wallpapering the stair treads? I love it! Just a single roll would give you maximum impact!
I don’t think you know how much I love this. I can never seem to commit to a bed frame that I love for for my master bedroom and therefore haven’t had one for years. (It’s like the cobbler whose children have no shoes, right?) Anyways…I think this could be an interesting solution for me.
These look simple to make and the effect is undeniably great.
I know, I know…we’ve seen silhouettes a dozen times already. Everyone is doing them now. But this one is particularly cute, so I had to post. It’s a great use for those wallpaper scraps & samples that you never seem to know what to do with. (At least, I never know what to do with. I must have four random rolls of wallpaper sitting in my closet right now that I love, but didn’t have enough to do a big project with.)
Anyways…there are a ton of other great ideas as well as all the instructions on how-to in this book, so I definitely recommend it.