I'm with you - we've got lovely walls hailing from the 1940s... you could sand a piece of wood on them they're so rough and bumpy! So thankful that we only have a popcorn ceiling in one room, though. Those things are the ugliest! The photo with the desk and shelves is my favorite. Thanks for sharing!Earl Grey - a little blog full of big inspiration!
I was browsing interior design blogs when I came across yours. Your take on different wallpaper designs was very interesting. I was even more intrigued by your discussion of using wallpaper to really draw the eye into whatever room in your home you would like to display. Window treatments also help dress up a home; after all it is true that you must dress your windows appropriately to bring out their true beauty. Thank you for writing and as a special thanks to you and your readers, I would like to offer a 20% off coupon using this code upon checkout: BLG20.
Dear Beefy, Love you blog. You know what you can do about the wallpaper, put up 'blank stock' first and then your paper. I did it and the wall is smooth and looks great. A little more work though but worth it. You have such a great heart Beefy, really does help restore my faith in humans. Best, Joyce
Lovely papers, Beef.A completely unrelated question: How do you post such large images? I can't figure out how to alter my HTML to allow pics of this size on my blog. Can you help me out??XOXO
I love those patterns, esp the first one!
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