Rated 5 out of 5
Â by Tatarka I wanted to have an Anthro style bedroom for a while. Finally , I bought a bed , bedside table, curtains, pillows and bedspread and a drawer and started to think , what to do about a wall behind a bed.
I read tips about the wallpaper and liked the idea ,that only one wall can be covered with it.It appealed to me that this particular pattern was not flowers , that I was afraid would be too outdated. It took me a while to find a guy who knew how to hang wallpaper. It was expensive , but I loved the final result!
My room looks unique, reflexes my taste and gives me a cozy shelter when I am finally home at the end of a day.
December 19, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5
Â by SusanLea88 Because - it's AMAZING
Everyone thought I was crazy hanging this owl wallpaper in my restored home, circa 1870.
After it was hung, it was striking. Art, in the form of wallpaper. Happy, yet not obnoxious.
Paperhanger said it was excellent paper and a joy to work with.
I suggest you ask for the wallpaper swatch first so you get an idea of the vibrant color. Even better, order one roll so you can really get the idea if you are up for this styling edge. For me, I couldn't be happier and everyone loves it - friends, strangers... even my mother, who loves mauve, and only mauve..
July 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Lisalisalisa Love it...
I seriously love this paper. My powder room is now an absolute delight to walk into. Bathrooms should be fun. This paper is fun, yet a twsit on a classic design. My professional wallpaper hanger said it was one of the easist papers to hang. He said the quality rivals those in the $500 per roll range.
What a breath of fresh air!
September 2, 2010