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WALLPAPER (not your grandmother’s ) coming back into vogue
By TIM BUTT McClatchy Newspapers
It seems that wallpaper has been around forever, or at least for 2,000 years, dating back to when the Chinese started to hang decorated rice paper on their walls. Since then, wallpaper has been popular, reflecting designs and patterns that change to suit the fashion of the times.
Two recent trends in wall coverings are papers being made with uncommon materials, and the return to making hand-painted or handmade wallpapers.
Think accent: Think of wallpaper as a large piece of art and add it to just one wall in your space as an accent. Use a bold pattern or colors and let it be the focus of the room. If you should have a room with molding on the walls that creates a paneled effect, just add the wallpaper inside of the panels.
Think framed: Wallpaper can be art, so go ahead and mount a piece on plywood backing, frame it and hang it on the wall.
Think ceilings: Wallpaper doesn’t have to be just for walls. Consider applying it to the ceiling to give your room an unexpected twist. (source)
Established in 1886 Thibaut (pronounced Tee-Bo) is the nation’s oldest continuously operating wallpaper firm. Known for a fresh, inspiring color palette with classic style, Thibaut offers unsurpassed quality and design in styles ranging from historic reproductions, toile, and chinoiserie to tropical and novelty patterns. With an insightful knowledge of trends and what homeowners want, Thibaut consistently delivers uniquely designed collections, supported by excellent service.
Thibaut holds a vast array of wallpaper and fabric patterns in its design repertoire. Each collection contains a distinct group of designs by themes such as traditional, nautical, stripes or toile. Today will showcase the Texture Resource Collection.
The high-performance wallcoverings in Thibaut’s New Texture Resource Collection are ideal for commercial and residential application and durable enough to withstand high-traffic areas like hallways, bathrooms and kid rooms. The embossed vinyls have a tactile, textured surface which gives depth an dimension that cannot be achieved with paint. Resistant to stains of many types, these wallpapers can be scrubbed with most household cleaning products. Resonant colors ranging from light greys and neutrals to dark and spicy earth tones, with surprising metallic and pops of color can be found throughout.
Stop by the shop and let’s take a look at the latest in home interior wallcovering. 1410 Market St., next to My Favorite Things. 850-224-2924