Do you think about wallpaper and immediately imagine all four walls covered with one design? The same design on all four walls is a basic approach to wallcoverings and how it was normally done in the past, but it’s certainly not the only way to cover the walls of a home anymore!
Wallpaper can be used in a variety of ways! Read on for innovative ideas to use wallpaper in your clients’ homes.
Cover The Walls
Yes, covering all four ways is in fact the traditional way of hanging wallpaper in your clients’ homes. But this doesn’t mean that your clients need to stick to the boring patterns. There are so many different types of modern, exotic, and fun patterns, textures and styles out there to revamp any living and workspaces.
Check out this Unconventional wallpaper with the incredible paint-like design or the wallpaper below from the New Life collection with a modern layout of geometric patterns that create a beautiful sheen on the walls.
Create a Statement Wall
Instead of covering all four walls with the same wallpaper, your client can choose a mixture of textures and patterns to highlight one wall or to create a feature wall.
The eye-catching wallpapers below from the Around and Arty collections distributed by luxury wallcovering wholesalers, Sancar Wallcoverings, are the perfect examples. Add décor pieces and furniture that goes well with the theme to complete the look in any room.
Cover Half a Wall
Make your clients’ walls appear even more interesting to the eye by using the wallpaper of choice only on part of the wall. You can either paint the other half using a complementary color or use a plain wallcovering. This is also a great option if your client is on a budget but wants to dabble in luxury wallcoverings.
Partly covering the walls with a panel or mural is also a great option for a touch of extra style. This designfrom the L’Escapade collection can instantly change the vibe in any room.
Wallpaper the Gaps
If your clients’ walls have any gaps and dips, wallpaper those! This is not only a unique and fun way to use wallpaper but it is also a smart way to use a wallpaper with a bold design without it becoming too overpowering in the room. Notice the Boheme wallpaper below with two contrasting wallpapers cleverly used on one wall.
Wallcoverings lend a whole new dimension to the room, making the space look far more interesting than having a simple, painted wall.