The case for wallpaper

Like many styles from the 1960s and 1970's, wallpaper is back and bigger than ever. Instead of opting for paint, homeowners across the country are adding pizzazz to their houses by incorporating both wall decals and wallpaper to various rooms. Thinking about giving the trend a try? We can show you how to add this attribute to your Milwaukee home without having it clash with your other décor. Take a look at some of the helpful tips below:

  • Call an expert: Like many home improvements, calling in help from a professional will minimize flaws. This is especially true with wallpaper since it's tricky to apply and can create unwanted air pockets. If you try to tackle this project on your own, accuracy and precision are key. Be sure to line up corners correctly and purchase enough paper for your design scheme.
  • Get creative: This isn't your grandmother's floral wallpaper. The great thing about this home décor feature is that it allows you to be as creative as you want to be. Why don't you incorporate wallpaper with fun and funky geometric designs? You may also want to try experimenting with various textures and colors. Try adding a wall decal or adhesive design for a one-of-a-kind look.
  • Use an accent wall: Nowadays, homeowners are focusing their attention on placing wallpaper and décor on smaller wall space. This creates proportion in your home design scheme and attracts a viewer's eye to interesting patterns without overwhelming a room. Use curtains and custom window drapes from Bazaar Home Decorating Center to enhance the ambiance.