I’m back with an update on the master bedroom makeover! I’m SO so pleased with how it’s coming together.
I shared the wallpaper I’m using in my last update. It’s peel and stick and I find them very easy to apply. You can see all my tips on hanging peel and stick wallpaper in this post!
Here’s a closer look at it — I’ve been REALLY impressed with the quality:
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Here’s the paper (it’s half off online! Such a good deal.) I ended up getting the difference back in the store, thankfully! I really don’t think I could love it more:
I used scrap wood for chair rail (happy accident) so that’s why one piece is painted dark blue. (It’s leftover from my big fireplace grid project.)
I noticed when I used that blue trim that this wallpaper would look great with dark blue, gray or white. Any guesses what color I’ll be using?:
As I mentioned in my last post, grasscloth doesn’t have a repeat, so you can see where the individual panels run down the wall. It’s a look you either like or don’t. I do. 🙂
I will say this stuff doesn’t show as much as real grasscloth — it’s much more noticeable with that.
We really love it. It’s so fresh but classic at the same time. And yes, I’ll be painting that vent to match:
Here’s a look at this view after the floors went in:
And how that looks now with the wallpaper!:
I used eight rolls — at the discounted price this project cost me $120 and a few days of work. Not bad at all!
I wanted to mention this stuff is VERY forgiving — as is most wallpaper from my experience. But because there is no repeat on this you’ll use a lot less. I was able to put pieces together in smaller areas and you’d never be able to tell.
Next up, painting under the chair rail! Can’t wait to get this finished up! 🙂
Have you dipped your toe into wallpaper yet? It’s back in a big way and I’m loving it! (See how I’ve used it in our home here.)