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Ideabook: Incorporating Moulding With Textured Wallpaper

Chances are if you’re thinking about changing your decor or your decor style you will want to keep certain aspects of the room the same.  Tearing down walls and making spaces larger is great for remodels, but if you want to simply change how a room looks, you can and should keep some remnants of the room as is.

Wallpaper is something that tends to be tedious to put up so you wouldn’t want to rip it all down just because you want to change the look of the room.  Use the wallpaper to your advantage as a canvas.

Traditional Dining Room

If you want to make a dining room a little more cozy, luxurious, or more traditional you can add wood mouldings to the entire wall space and use the moulding to create panels on the walls. These can be stained as a neutral color that goes well with a lighter ivory textured wallpaper.

Dramatically Modern Living Room

On the other hand, if traditional is not your style, you can also go with a more modern look. Try a few darker tones such as heather grey and black. Stain the flooring hardwood planks in heather grey and paint the walls in  a similar shade, while the millwork pieces should be stained in black. Inside the millwork frames include a very light geometrical textured wallpaper pattern.

3 Panel Moulding As A Backdrop

If you have something like a large table in your living room and the space behind it seems incredibly plain or boring, you might think about painting it.  Instead, why  not add something a little more creative?  One idea is to create three separate panels using hardwood moulding and then add textured wallpaper. inside of the panels

As you can see from the limited examples above, the sky is the limit when it comes to hardwood moulding and textured wallpaper. If you are looking for ideas on how to implement hardwood moulding into your home design, contact Volterra Architectural Products at 602-258-7373.

 

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