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Cool Idea: Patchwork Wallpapering

This feminine bedroom, styled by Bazaar Style author and stylist Selina Lake, was featured in BBC Homes and Antiques magazine.

I love how a patchwork of vintage wallpapers was used to create this feminine boudoir background. Not only does it give the room a nostalgic, period look, but since it really only requires wallpaper samples, it's also a very affordable. Furthermore, you don't have to be in love with each wallpaper because the patchwork effect overrides the dated look of the individual designs. There's strength in numbers!

What do you think?

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SaskiaAlice SaskiaAlice 4 years
I think it is beautiful - I fancy having a bash at it, but do you think it would be okay? Guessing I need some good wallpaper paste, a scalpel and ruler to get it all straight, and a bit of patience! What do you think?
CarissaSophia CarissaSophia 6 years
I love it! I wish I could do it without worry that the landlord would be upset... I did however use an idea from a decorating TV show I saw a long time ago and nailed up padding (for extra insulation) and alternating fabric on one bedroom wall. I think it looks nice and seems less permanent than wallpaper I suppose. I think it has really helped with insulating too.
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