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WALL­PA­PER ON THE CEIL­ING if you want a tex­tu­ral treat that vis­ually ex­pands a space, an un­ex­pected de­signer trick is to ap­ply wall­pa­per on the ceil­ing. dec­o­ra­tor gwyn guan­zon ac­cented this project’s bed­rooms with wall­pa­pered ceil­ings—such a small de­tail that can up a room’s lux­u­ri­ous vibe. This is also a good trick for hid­ing im­per­fect paint­work, which would be quick to no­tice once you lie in bed. Here are gwyn’s tips: 1. Be honest with your wall­pa­per

sup­plier. “Tell them it is for the ceil­ing and in­form them of the ceil­ing height. Oth­er­wise, mis­un­der­stand­ings will de­rail the in­stal­la­tion.” 2. Prep the sur­face. “make sure the area is clean and free of dust be­fore in­stal­la­tion.” 3. Have the lad­der or scaf­folds ready. “usu­ally, in­stall­ers don’t bring one.”

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