Published at Friday, July 06th, 2018 - 01:08:53 AM. . By Raina Crook.
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.
Tissue and softer colored papers create a unique design that's affordable and delicate enough for a little girl's room-or rough and complex enough to fit into a den. Tissue paper comes in a wide variety of colors to suit any design. They also can easily be mottled with various stains, paints or glazes to create an overlying texture and complexity to any wallpaper wall art design. Complex designs and intricate patterns can be created using a wide variety of cheap and disposable materials. Magazine pictures create awesome collages with ease. Old postcards create a design theme that can take you around the world. Old Chinese newspapers can create the perfect backdrop to any Asian inspired space. Being creative with your wallpaper design might be cheap, but it can look like a million bucks once it's complete.
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