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Wallpapering ‘Frames’

Posted by Adrian
June 29th, 2015

Wallpapering ‘Frames’

I have recently just completed a wallpapering job for a client. The room was a spare bedroom / playroom. As this room is to serve as a dual purpose room the client didn’t want the room to be too child like, or to grown up. The client looked online and decided on a wallpaper from Graham and Brown called Frames.

This wallpaper was ideal for the situation it was to be used in, modern and contemporary enough for any adults staying in the room, but also fun for a child. The frames on the paper can be used to stick family photos, postcards, artwork and you can even draw your own artwork directly into a frame to give it a totally unique style. If you do draw directly onto the wallpaper be aware that the paper is only spongeable and anything drawn onto the wallpaper may not come off.

About the wallpaper

The wallpaper is a paste the paper type, as opposed to paste the wall. The soaking time is around 5 minutes. The design / pattern match is free, so no matching up to do. The paper is 52cm wide and the rolls are 10 m long.

I found the paper easy to hang and the final result was very effective as you can see by the following photos.

'Frames' wallpaper
Wallpaper 'frames' close up

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3 Responses to “Wallpapering ‘Frames’”

  1. Susan White Says:

    This wallpaper is very interesting. I`ve never seen something like this. Wow, really good job!

    Date posted : July 2nd, 2015 at 1:34 pm
  2. Steve B Says:

    Surely guests should be given a set of colouring pens and told to fill one frame per night of stay!

    Date posted : July 5th, 2015 at 10:22 am
  3. Adrian Says:

    @Steve B

    That could be fun!

    Date posted : July 7th, 2015 at 3:01 pm

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