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Wallpaper Can Change a Room Quickly and Easily

There may be no faster and less expensive way to transform a room than to apply wallpaper. Before you get started, look into the various types of available wallpaper materials (natural, vinyl, etc.) and consider their durability as well as their application and removal methods. Next, make your décor cohesive, by choosing a hue or design that complements dominant furniture, carpet, drapery or artwork and select your colour or pattern for a specific effect. For example, a lighter print helps a room seem larger, darker prints create a more intimate, cosy effect, and vertical stripes add height. Be mindful that matching the paper pattern can get tricky – especially around corners, but often just one papered wall will create a wonderfully dramatic transformation. Another option is a wainscot treatment, in which the wall is divided by a wood strip at chair-back height, and wood panelling, heavily textured wallpaper or solid paint is applied on the portion below, while lighter paint or wallpaper is applied above.

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