Sur La Beach Part 1 Easy Wall Covering

This is a project to look at a way to create a wallpaper that mimics the look of a painted wall but which takes that look further by giving the wall an identity and feel that make it much more interesting and which help to bring the room to life. So many modern rooms have single, neutral walls which create that now standard boring, clinical and somewhat drab look as though they were rooms on a university campus.

These images show an upmarket apartment living room with the walls painted in a bright, light neutral colour and then the same room with wallpaper in two different Belle Epoque 2 influenced patterns but which echo the colouring so that the overall look of the room is not changed. What is changed, however, is the feel and ambience as well as the character of the room both for the homeowner and the visitor.

Both of the two images where wallpaper is used in the room seem to have a much more decorated and planned look and both of these images, to me, look more homely and make the room seem more inviting. It is not often that comparisons like this are made and it is very interesting to compare the three different images and see how one feels about each one. Perhaps then you can choose which one is the one that creates the room in which you think you would feel most at home

These images are necessarily quite small but you can see much larger images of this, and my other designs and patterns for interiors, on my Flickr page, a link to which is here.

About Mike
I design and create 3D interiors and mid-century inspired surface patterns

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