Frames Wallpaper — Now in my Shop!
I am thrilled to be able to share this with you as the first item in my OpenSky Shop.
It’s a creative person’s dream wallpaper, Graham & Brown’s “Frames” by Artists
Taylor & Wood.
This is such a fun idea, and those of you who have followed HomeWorkshop.com for some time might remember I posted about this fabulous paper before. The empty frames design (below left) is customizable with your own photos or artwork, your kids’ art, or memorabilia. You can even paint your own designs directly on it. What fun!
Besides the ideas in the photos, community members suggested these great ways to use Frames wallpaper:
“I’d like it on an accent wall in my kitchen. I’d use it for kid’s art (only the best!), some family vacation photos, and school awards. Then I would rotate things over time. At last a pretty, funky way to show family mementos, other than a tack board!”
— Leona Gaita
“Very cool! I’d use in a young at heart living room and invite friends to a paint and paste party. Ditto with kid’s bedroom.”
— Anne Lubner
“This wallpaper is so cute! I’m about to start college, and this would be perfect for a dorm room! I don’t know how easy it is to remove, but you could even mount it on a large piece of plywood and frame it.”
When my sample roll arrived the other day, we decided we’ll make a feature wall in the landing, where we’ll post great memory photos of fun with family and friends at Tahoe. Sort of a “living scrapbook” of good times together. These photos will definitely have a spot:
Here are the details:
You’ll minimize waste, because this paper has an “open” design match.
(Edges of the roll are white, without a motif, so you can hang it without having to match a specific pattern repeat).
Buy today through Monday, August 16, 2010 with the coupon code FREESHIPPING, and you’ll get free shipping on your order!
And remember what I mentioned last week. You can shop with confidence, because all purchases come with OpenSky’s one-year, no-cost-to-you return policy.
I can’t wait to hear where you will use Frames paper. How will you decorate yours?