People tend to think of renovations as being purely functional, or that it’s mostly expensive exterior upgrades. Things like adding another bedroom, expanding the bathroom, that sort of thing. The real truth is that form matters just the same as function, and both are important to you and your home.
For quick and easy way to spruce up your home, you might want to consider upgrading your walls. if you want to care about the form of your home, then you should seriously consider going with a high quality, and long-lasting wallpaper, or mosaic design, to add that special something to the interior of your home. It’s a fast and relatively inexpensive way to bring new life to an otherwise dull area of your home.
Wallpaper is hardly a new concept, as the original wallpapers were used pre-Victorian era, but modern 21st century technologies have allowed people and companies to create such intricate and beautiful designs that it begs belief, when you see it in full creation, that it was anything but what it is now, that it was simply a blank wall and some disconnected colours.
Modern wall covering and removable wallpaper are a huge step up from previous incarnations of interior design. If you are seriously considering going down that route, talk to your local wallpaper experts about all the new and exciting options. Let me tell you, wallpaper has a come long way since your grandparents. A great thing about wallpaper is their versatility of expression. There is so much that you can say with wallpaper that you simply can’t say anywhere else.
I myself decided to go down the wall coverings route, and we have loved every minute of it. I’m an artist by trade, and to see some of my designs come to life in bold prints on my walls is a dream come true. It’s simply incredible what you can achieve with a little imagination. I came with a brilliant rainbow brick wallpaper pattern to brighten up a rather drab kitchen wall in our newly renovated home. As such, my family are more than proud to have my designs on the wall for everyone to see.