Like Su­san­nah… get cre­ative With Wall­pa­per

Add char­ac­ter and charm to those for­got­ten ar­eas of your home by us­ing state­ment wall­cov­er­ings in un­usual ways

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ol­low su­san­nah’s lead and think out­side the box when it comes to dec­o­rat­ing by us­ing wall­pa­per to cre­ate some­thing un­ex­pected. If you want to add in­ter­est to a dingy al­cove or re­vamp an unloved piece of fur­ni­ture, a punchy pat­terned wall­pa­per is a quick and sim­ple way to change your look with­out break­ing the bank.

Check out our favourite ideas on how to make wall­pa­per work won­ders for you.

Quick fix

use left­over wall­pa­per to line the back of a pi­geon­hole unit. Mea­sure and cut each piece to size and stick with pva glue, smooth­ing out air bubbles. try the har­lequin Kalei­do­scope wall­pa­per, £34 per roll, John lewis w

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