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Found It! Domino Book of Decorating Wallpaper

Whoever said, "Don't judge a book by its cover," spoke too soon. The folks at JudgeBy.com may disagree with me, but there are plenty of cases where a gorgeous cover is a sure sign that a fantastic read will follow, and vice versa. When it came to Domino: the Book of Decorating, I knew I was in for a page-turner when I spied the sumptuous wallpaper on its cover, and I was right. If you read my review of the book, you know I recommend it, but what you don't know is that I'm achingly in love with its seafoam green Chinoiserie print cover.
Lucky me, I stumbled upon the wallpaper — or at least a close second with a bird and branch print that I equally adore. Now I've just got to find a wall for it in my home. To see my find,

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If not the exact paper, the Misha P110A handmade wallpaper (inquire for price) is close enough! I think it's simply stunning. Don't you?
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graylen graylen 7 years
From the review post: You can get the book at 30% off (until the end of the year) with this link that Domino sent me... http://btob.barnesandnoble.com/index.asp?r=1&btob=y
margokhal margokhal 7 years
Awesome! I was wondering when domino mag was going to put out a book about home decor. Too bad I don't have my own house or apartment now...
RMF587 RMF587 7 years
It's actually really similar to the handmade wallpaper in Blair House across from the White House: http://gretawire.files.wordpress.com/2008/01/b12.jpg That's not a very good picture, but it's really thin Chinese rice paper from 1770. It was peeled off the walls of an English estate and brought to Blair House in the mid-1960s, then peeled off the walls again in the 80s for restoration. It's amazing.
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