Fabric wall

Transform your walls with fabric and add a touch of uniqueness to your home decor. Explore top ideas to create a stunning fabric wall that reflects your personal style.
The fabric drape wall hanging adds an element of texture and architecture. For behind my bed? Valorie's Fearless and Fabulous New Orleans Home Interior Design, Home, Interior, Retro, Home Décor, Design, Fredrikstad, New Orleans Homes, Living Spaces

Location: Irish Channel, New Orleans, Louisiana Size: 2,200 square feet Years lived in: 9 years; owned Valorie Hart is fearless when it comes to style. Her bright pink pixie coif, bold wardrobe and oversized eyeglasses, reminiscent of fashion icon Iris Apfel, make clear that this decorator, interior designer and stylist loves to have fun and make a splash.

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Jennifer Jewett
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I’m not even going to mess around with a proper intro paragraph in this post, let’s just get to the good stuff. Behold… Before – After – I love it SO MUCH. Now that pictures are out of the way, let’s get to the story. Since deciding to re-do the guest room I knew I...

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dot smith
FABRIC: One distinct feature is that it's fabric on a wall. It's unique, because most people wouldn't think to put a type of fabric, like burlap on their walls. This is a good choice for this room, because it gives the eyes something to look at. Interior, Design, Home Décor, Wall Treatments, Accent Wall, Wall Finishes, Wall Coverings, Wall Covering Ideas, Wall Covering

I like interesting walls.....simply cannot stand flat, unadorned spaces. It goes back to my philosophy that rooms should entertain you. One way to dress up your walls is a simple but on-trend embellishment, the nailhead. You have loved them on furniture for years. Now consider adding this classic detail to your wall space. It is inexpensive and can be done with relative ease if you are the least bit creative. You can create patterns as well as outlines, run nailheads where the seams meet…

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Deborah McGee