Jenkins Baer AssociatesTraditional Entry, Baltimore
Absolutely love this wallpaper by Phillip Jeffries.
Thomas O'Brien light fixture.
Contractor Smart Homes Services
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8. Get professional adviceContact a professional wallpaper hanger before placing an order for wallpaper, and ask the pro to help you figure out how much to buy. If you are working with a decorator or an interior designer, he or she should also be able to calculate this for you. Each roll has to be cut and matched precisely for a seamless look on the wall, and the amount of paper you will need to make those exact matches happen will vary depending on the size and shape of your room, and the type of wallpaper pattern you have chosen, so don’t try to guess! You don’t want to overbuy – or underbuy, and run out of paper midway through the job.
At the entryWallpaper works well in a foyer and stairwell. A bold pattern can really bring life to this first-impression space. I particularly like wallpaper up a stairwell if I am working with a small budget that doesn’t allow for carpentry with a costly finish. Notice the lightswitch plate that is camouflaged by the pattern.
19. Paint the back of the front door with glossy paintI don’t have an entryway, not even a good spot for an umbrella stand. My front door swings right into my living room.But I painted my boring door with black glossy paint, and I love the way it stands out now.Explore this home