Initially, Josh was ambivalent. Apparently he has terrible childhood memories of removing vast quantities of wallpaper.
"But we won't be removing it, we'll be installing it!" I countered. Ten years down the road when it's out of style (actually ten years might be a stretch), it'll be someone else's problem!
As mentioned in a previous post, he's come around to the idea - but I'll have to help him install it. I'm actually looking forward to learning a new skill. For a bit of time and effort, it's something that could have a major impact on our space.
We recently visited Josh's cousin Bridget's new store in Westboro - Flock Boutique. A couple of the walls are wrapped in a gorgeous paper that inspired me to start looking at wallpaper again.
|Flock Boutique - 1275 Wellington St. West|
As with paint colours, the endless array of options make it that much harder to make a decision.
Here are some of my top picks. Most of them come in a variety of shades so we'll probably go with a gray version of something below so that it matches the grey in our kitchen tile. We'll just paper one wall as a focal point (the wall behind our kitchen table) and paint the remaining walls a complementary colour.
|I'm still drawn to Schumacher's Imperial Trellis - LOVE it!|