When people hear about wallpaper, they instantly think about having different patterns on all the walls. The truth is that there are other ways to do things to make sure that your home will have some color but also to protect your bank account.
Make it Cheap
One of the cheapest ways to add color to your home is to use large samples of wallpaper or leftovers. If you are looking for cheap wallpaper, you should be looking for the discontinued models because they usually come with a large discount.
Another thing you could try is to get to know people who work in the business. For sure they have some leftover wallpaper that they can’t use for anything or they have some larger samples that they would be willing to sell for a really low price. If you are lucky, you might even get the wallpaper you want for free.
One of the ways to use small pieces of wallpaper is to add a backsplash in the kitchen. This is a good idea in case your kitchen has few colors. Add the wallpaper above the counter, especially if you have some shelves as well that will frame the wallpaper for bigger impact.
If you would like to have some color in the bedroom, add the wallpaper above the bed, all the way to the ceiling. In order to achieve a dramatic effect, you should make sure that the wallpaper is just as wide as the mattress.
The majority of people would never think about framing wallpaper. Although this project could turn out to be a bit more expensive, if you find inexpensive materials such as the ones found at I Love Cheap Wallpaper, you can create the illusion of a wallpapered wall without having to actually stick the wallpaper to the walls.
If you use this method, you will have to wallpaper a panel in the center of the wall or between two windows from the floor to the ceiling. In case you would like to achieve a modern look, think about choosing a seemingly random spot.
Off-center panels are really trendy in our days. Such panels look great behind a piece of furniture, like a sofa, console table or desk.
There are a lot of ways to use wallpaper in your home; you just have to get a bit creative and let your imagination flow.
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