Here are more examples of wallpaper feature walls we have recently completed
Both paper designs are Laura Ashley and match the paint colour on the three corresponding walls.
Lounge room - wallpaper supplied by client but available for purchase here http://www.laura-ashley.com.au/Std-Wp-Summer-Palace.aspx?p53342
Nursery - Wallpaper supplied by client http://www.laura-ashley.com.au/Std-Wp-Lille-White.aspx?p49625
When you think of wallpaper, is it images like this that come to mind?
Wallpaper has come in and out of fashion and now with modern technology and printing processes, nearly any image you like can be turned into a fun, modern or classic finish you are looking for.. So whether you are after a bold or bright print or a subtle textured look, the huge variety of wall papers gives you a very individual and contemporary look that painting just can’t match. Beautiful Wallpaper can make such a statement and really transform a space.
No longer are we seeing just whole rooms being wallpapered with feature walls or even parts of walls as well as alcoves or recessed areas now becoming more commonplace for the application of wallpaper.
Using a professional Painter and Decorator will ensure that the wallpaper is hung correctly so it’s in line with the walls, the pattern matches up and you don’t have problems with peeling and blistering. Prior to applying the paper, the wall surface will also be filled (if necessary) and prepared to ensure and even and lasting finish.
As there are so many different designs and patterns available we always request the client purchase their choice of wallpaper. We always recommending purchasing more than the actual wall measurements to ensure patterns can be lined up correctly which is more important with
If you would like a no obligation quote, please contact us so we can arrange this for you
Further information on our wallpapering services is here and gallery here
Many people ask us, why use a qualified painter and decorator over a brush hand, a handyman or someone who has just decided to pick up a paint brush as it looks easy?