Deck the Walls

I recently was offered an internship in a wonderful interior design boutique. I just walked in. I opened my mouth, I said "Hi" and things like "Marie Antoinette" and "Would look great on the ceiling"
The lady then handed me her card and said "internship?"

For this quarter I signed up for Illustrator. I decided one morning that I absolutely had to learn the program. I am so glad that I am! Our next few assignments are to create wallpaper patterns.
Fashion is certainly a passion, and I am a strong believer that fashion not only belongs on us, but also belongs on the walls. Wallpaper has long outgrown it's cheesy, cheap reputation. Wallpaper to me spells style, luxury and ambiance. It can create a mood, lend a punch of color and brighten up the entire area. Here are some of my favorites.
Images are used from Cavern Wallpaper and Graham & Brown. I hope you enjoyed!
I cannot wait to get to work to see what sort of pattern I will come up with!

4 comments

Anonymous said...

Very cool pics. I like the darker toned wallpapers. Definitly something I put in my room. :) Do you think I might be able to put wall paper in my studio? lol

Stephanie said...

Lovely! I love the geometrics with the lounge and chandelier. BROWN!

I also like those wall stickers. They are HUGE in Paris but were too expensive. The US doesn't have 1/2 the selection Paris did (most I found in the Marais).

Cheese and wall decor! What else can't we have?

Daphne said...

That's amazing! My bedroom could definitely use a makeover to look like that :).

Mouthwash said...

Anonymous: I think you could have wallpaper on the hood of your car if you wanted! (On the inside of course) But I studio would be much more posh. :)

Stephanie: French men. That's what else we can't have. And Le Tour d'Eiffel. Et la Seine. But you know what Paris DOESN'T have? Us. They may have our hearts...

Daphne: Aren't they lovely? I cannot wait to plaster some up on my own walls!

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