This week we have something a little different and I have a guest post for you to enjoy. I do hope you like the ideas on offer for many of the rooms in your home.
We all love a little bit of quirky style. Whether we show it in our hair do or our clothing choices, these day a little bit of originality is a good thing. The same goes for décor in your home. Rooms with unique designs are the perfect way to put your own stamp on a house. Furniture, accessories, upholstery and flooring are all aspects which, if chosen carefully, can add originality to any room. Another great way of creating a unique space is Wallpaper. Walls are the focal point of any room in the home and can change the feel and atmosphere of a space.
If you are looking to add some quirky style to your home, why not check out these wallpaper styles along with a few accessories we have chosen to help you complete your décor.
This robot style wallpaper is perfect for a computer room / study. Place on one wall for a feature wall and paint the rest blue, red, grey or white. These cool accessories will help to finish the room off in true tech style.
If you have a library or a reading area in the home then this book wallpaper is perfect. Accessorise with a few traditional furnishings for a relaxing area to enjoy your books.
Bring the outside in with this stone style wallpaper. This would look perfect on a chimney breast as a feature wall, matched with white paint on the reaming walls. Choose simple white accessories to keep the room feeling crisp and clean.
Capture the essence of New York and create a great kitchen / dinning area. Grey and yellow fit perfectly with one another, while the Big Apple wallpaper will add a real New York feel to the room.
Create a cosy room perfect for tea with this teapot style wallpaper. This is the perfect wall covering for any kitchen and will add style to your culinary area. We have chosen a few kitsch accessories to match with this beautiful wallpaper too.
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