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25 Beautiful Homes - - TWENTIES SEMI - Lucy Walker, LA Vita, LAVITASTYLE.CO.UK

‘Don’t be afraid to pa­per all the walls in a room and even go as far as pa­per­ing the ceil­ing, too.

Sup­port in­de­pen­dent artists and look out for be­spoke wall­pa­per and fab­ric de­signs that have been cre­ated from unique hand draw­ings and paint­ings. if you pre­fer a more neu­tral colour scheme but want to work in some pat­tern or give a room depth, try in­cor­po­rat­ing tex­tured wall­pa­per.

Framed wall­pa­per pan­els make a con­fi­dent state­ment with­out tak­ing over an en­tire room. Use the same pat­tern for soft fur­nish­ings to bring the scheme to­gether. Wall­pa­per pat­terns that repli­cate ex­posed brick­work or tim­ber strips can add tex­ture to homes that don’t have orig­i­nal features.

Wall mu­rals fea­tur­ing clas­si­cal ar­chi­tec­ture or city land­scapes are a fab­u­lous way to cre­ate a fea­ture wall. His­tor­i­cally themed wall­pa­pers, such as pat­terns from the iconic Wil­liam Morris col­lec­tion, can give an in­te­rior a more tra­di­tional and so­phis­ti­cated feel.’

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