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Wall Paper Decorating


wall paper decorating
    wall paper
  • Wallpaper is a kind of material used to cover and decorate the interior walls of homes, offices, and other buildings; it is one aspect of interior decoration. It is usually sold in rolls and are put onto a wall using wallpaper paste.
  • You may want to find a great graphic and set it as a wallpaper on your computer for a time this month. I selected <> for our computer wallpaper.
    decorating
  • (decorate) award a mark of honor, such as a medal, to; "He was decorated for his services in the military"
  • Provide (a room or building) with a color scheme, paint, wallpaper, etc
  • Confer an award or medal on (a member of the armed forces)
  • (decorate) deck: be beautiful to look at; "Flowers adorned the tables everywhere"
  • Make (something) look more attractive by adding ornament to it
  • (decorate) make more attractive by adding ornament, colour, etc.; "Decorate the room for the party"; "beautify yourself for the special day"
wall paper decorating - Graham and
Graham and Brown 17583 Feature Wall Curvy Wallpaper
Graham and Brown 17583 Feature Wall Curvy Wallpaper
17583 Style: Curvy Pictured in squares style A true retro design is brought to life with texture and finished with a wonderfully intricate boucle effect. This innovative, paintable pattern makes a great impact in your room, letting you choose the exact colors you need to make your space a one-of-a-kind location. Features: -Designed by: Graham & Brown. -Paintable, covers imperfections. -Available in several styles: Squares, Jazz, Curvy, Damask, Martinique, Orbit. -Overall Dimensions: 20.5'' W x 396'' H x 4'' D. Note: Please be aware that actual colors may vary from those shown on your screen.

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Pratt-Campbell Mansion - Interior View; Wichita, KS
Pratt-Campbell Mansion - Interior View; Wichita, KS
A rare view of the interior of the Pratt-Campbell Mansion (first-floor parlor) in Wichita, KS. This photo was taken c. 1890. This grand home still stands today. It was designed and built by William Henry Sternberg (1832 - 1906). High-style plant stands at every window, swagging curtains with pull-down shades, a large oriental rugs and elegant furniture including a piano. Obviously swagging fabrics were in high style at the time. The ceiling was likely wall papered as an elegant backdrop to the ornate gas-electric chandelier. The ceilings in this room at 13 feet high are the tallest ceilings of any Victorian home in Wichita, KS. Portieres (heavy draping curtains at the doorway of a room) were quite common in the late 1800s. A portiere is a heavy fabric hanging or placed either over a door or in the doorless entry to a room. Its name comes from the French word for door, “porte”. Common in wealthier households during the Victorian era, it is still occasionally used either as an ornament or as a means of mitigating drafts. It is usually of some heavy material, such as velvet, brocade, or plush. In addition to helping keep drafts out, portieres offered a stylish way to instantly add privacy to a social house call. In Margaret Mitchell's novel, Gone with the Wind, the protagonist Scarlett O'Hara makes a new dress from her mother's green velvet portieres (the scene was famously parodied on The Carol Burnett Show when Carol Burnett, playing the role of Scarlett, wore not only the fabric but the curtain rod as well). Sometimes instead of a solid fabric portiere, Victorians decorated with rope portieres which were made from elaborately hand-tied ropes or cords, sometimes with beads or other ornamental niceties. Because portieres are almost always fabric and were touched and handled so much over the years, they are somewhat rarer to find today than some other items. Originally portieres were a concept and development from France, circa 200 – 400 A.D. The idea spread and made its way over to England a century or two after France. After the Civil War in the US, manufacturing plants of all types began springing up (including thread and weaving mills) and the Industrial Age was in full swing. Mechanized mills had replaced virtually all hand weaving by the early 1800s (1820s – 1830s). Mills, colors and techniques expanded as technology improved and these portieres seen in this photo were likely made in a large mechanized American factory in the New England or Chicago area sometime in the 1880s. Your thoughts, ideas, comments and/or additional information is greatly appeciated and welcome! This photo is courtesy of the Wichita-Sedgwick County Historic Museum (www.WichitaHistory.org).
Roll of old wall paper, car motif found in my garage.
Roll of old wall paper, car motif found in my garage.
Found in a box in my garage, I actually bought this old wall paper years ago to decorate a bathroom at the old Sears Point Race tract, when I had a warehouse and was racing..

wall paper decorating
wall paper decorating
Graham and Brown 17153 Elizabeth Wallpaper, Black and White
17153 Color: Black / White Pictured in turquoise The Elizabeth Wallpaper is a classic damask design with a bold modern twist. This wallpaper s sheer scale, design, and contrasting colors create a visually striking masterpiece that inspires an ambiance of style and sophistication. Features: -Designed by: Graham & Brown. -Metallic effects, flocked effects. -Available in several colors. -Overall Dimensions: 396'' H x 20.5'' W x 3'' D. Note: Please be aware that actual colors may vary from those shown on your screen.

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