Wallpaper: The Exciting Possibilities in Interior Design
By: Heather Farrell
So many things are happening in the Interior World right now (especially with wallpaper) and it’s exciting to see all of the amazing options and creative ways to make your space your own….
Largely because we have soooo many inspiring, visual resources at our disposal. There’s the infinite world of Pinterest, Instagram, Houzz, shelter magazines, Do-It-Yourself shows, etc. with no end in site (pun intended) and that’s cool.
It’s exciting but also daunting to figure out how to make these wallpaper ideas and images work in our own personal space. Since this is my first blog entry through Trapp and Company, I think we should dip our toe in the proverbial deep end with one area in particular……The All White Room. I know it can be a super, great, blank canvas for other décor items in your home and I get that. It does seem to be everywhere, just as the All Beige Room was present in the 1980’s. While I think there is the option for the monochromatic room, I think there should also be strong consideration for bolder choices. Rooms that can just as easily stand the test of time and be just as classic as the white walled interior. I’m suggesting wallpaper. Yes, I said it and don’t be afraid. There is a whole, big, beautiful world of wallpapers out there that will blow your socks off and work well with the furniture and décor you already have in your home. Plus it adds that touch of boldness and je ne sais quoi to your home. You know what I’m talking about.
Don’t be afraid to look to those online resources for great wallpaper ideas but also consider asking a professional interior designer who can show you the way and let you know it’s all going to be alright. They can hold your hand as you jump off the high dive.
To see how Trapp and Company can create this luxury feel in your home please call
Daniel Houk 816-753-5510 or by email: Dhouk@trappandcompany.com
Featured Wallpaper: de Gournay, Porter Teleo images
Other great places to view samples of amazing wallpaper being used to highlight a room can be found here:
Porter Tello (based in Kansas City)