By Miranda Purvis. Home Wallpaper. Published at Tuesday, December 19th, 2017 - 15:48:04 PM.
Some even offer their own extensive online image galleries for you to be able to choose from. If you are not familiar with professional imaging, it is easy to send the manufacturer an image to be made into a large wallpaper mural that isn't of high enough a standard. It is often best to check their requirements before doing this. If you are not sure about your image, you can always ask for a small sample proof in advance.
When it comes to creating a great vintage look, leopard print wallpaper is a fun solution for a retro-room. This interesting design was used to create much bolder statements in the past than what would be fashionable for the modern home decorator's taste. However, taking a comparative look at its uses then and now, demonstrates that it is as valid for decorating in modern times as it was back then. In the 1950's animal print wallpaper was a popular look in many homes. With vintage being in such high demand, it's no surprise to find leopard print wallpaper in many home interior stores. This fun animal print had found a home in redecorating projects for the bedroom, bathroom, and study. These decorating enthusiasts were not afraid to experiment throughout their homes.
The Bathroom. Decorating the bathroom in a nautical theme has been popular for decades. But with the new styles available, why not reconsider the entire approach? There are many ways to introduce the theme to the bathroom without reverting to the old clichés. For instance, the Brown Tropical Palm Trees design provides a vague connection to the sea with a dark and rich palm tree pattern. Or how about the Pink Botanical Floral design? It gives a tropic feel without screaming beach. There are hundreds of styles that work for the bathroom while keeping a fresh, albeit subdued allegiance to the theme.
In the 50's, bold and exciting was the rage among many homesteaders. Courageous use of bright colors such as orange and yellow was common. As well, many wall prints of the time were large, busy, and used in copious amounts. To complement these loud statements, lighting, wall hangings, and accessories were much more subtle and tended to be used in moderation. It would not have been uncommon to see a den covered floor to ceiling, wall to wall in textured leopard print wall paper. To complement this pattern, many throw pillows and lampshades were in simple solids of coordinating colors.
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