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asm88 01-06-2012 05:16 AM

Lounge wallpaper ideas
 
After have a complete makeover I'm looking in to redecorating my living room with a 1920s theme has any got any wallpaper design ideas and other suggestions which would complete the 1920s theme? Thanks

Gary in WA 01-06-2012 10:34 PM

Sorry, no. Just stay away from vinyl or foil facings unless your wall make-up warrants the additional vapor barrier there.

Gary

user1007 01-07-2012 09:25 PM

It is rather hard to help without seeing some photos, a floorplan and knowing a bit more about the home and space. It is kind of hard to make a period room work without it looking like a stage set.

The roaring 20s were a rather flamboyant time and there were lots of frilly and festive things around.

There were a lot of beautiful art deco type wallpaper patterns in the 20s but they were pricey even then. Perhaps they are cheaper if in reproduction. You can also have your own wallpaper printed these days. From my experience the nicer and more authentic wallpapers are coming out of Europe these days but I don't get asked to bid on papering rooms much these days. Too bad because nice wallpaper, properly applied, can really make a home special. Good luck.

asm88 01-10-2012 04:57 AM

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I have a ganders and now thinking of doing a feature wall while painting the rest, I am a big fan of the vintage look so was thinking of getting something similar to this Vintage World Map feature wallpaper because I would like my living room to have that library or source of knowledge feel to it, has anyone got any other ideas that would enhance this project? Thanks

dytecture 01-19-2012 12:45 AM

Lounge wallpaper ideas
 
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Hi asm88, it really depends on your style, whether you want something that stands out or blending in the background but gives you some textures on the wall.

chrisn 01-19-2012 02:42 AM

http://www.hannahstreasures.com/serv...tage+Wallpaper

Yanira 01-20-2012 08:12 PM

Your walls must be prepared to receive wallcovering. Properly prepared walls are the foundation for a good job. Most walls need some prep - even those in new homes. The time you spend preparing the surface will make the hanging of the wallpaper easier and will ensure more satisfactory and long lasting results.

asm88 01-26-2012 04:04 AM

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Cheers for all the advice ideas I have been looking at this vintage world map wall paper, what do people think?

chrisn 04-16-2012 03:06 AM

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Originally Posted by markwright247 (Post 899901)
Do you have any pictures of your space? I recently redecorated my living room with fine wallpaper to give it a more elegant look. If your looking for the 1920's feel, I would look into soft patterns with more neutral tones.

After 3 months, it is most likely done.:whistling2:


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