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9/9/10

Loving The Look: Framed Wallpaper


Great idea for anyone afraid of
the "commitment" required of 
wallpapering a whole room.


Fabulous idea for adding some punchy 
personality to a space.


Amazing idea for a headboard!


Basically, any where I see it,
where ever you put it...

I really just love the look!


Images via: DecorPad;GoogleImages;ElleDecor;Domino;SummerThorntonDesign

78 comments:

  1. love that last pic. very nice!

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  2. cool looks - love that yellow 'cow parsely' paper!

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  3. I like it! And so easy to change if you want a different look :)

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  4. I could totally go for that!

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  5. I love the idea, especially when you find only remnants but you still want to use them in some way

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  6. <3<3<3 that gold wallpaper in the last photo!

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  7. been a fan for years! - there's a wallpaper i found years ago that i'm still crushing on but it's insane $$$ - so i'm gonna buy 1 roll and frame as much of it as i can :o)

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  8. I love this too! What a great idea!

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  9. Now this is a really cool idea... and something I can handle!!

    xoxo Laura

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  10. I love this idea! What a simple and affordable way to add some style to your home!

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  11. I love this idea. In my case, the fiance has a strict no wallpaper rule in the house. I think this is an awesome compromise!

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  12. I have a hand painted Chinese watercolor on paper in my living room. Its a tall narrow space between two french doors so the size works perfectly. I think the bedroom is brilliant. It adds the Architectural quality of paneling without the expense. Smart!
    Liz

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  13. I like it! I want to do something like that for my closet since it's a smaller space I think it would look neat!

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  14. I've done this in this past (for others) and it is a fabulous look! You can even take it a step further and hang a piece of artwork or a framed photo on top of the framed wallpaper. I'm a huge fan of wallpaper regardless of how it's used!

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  15. I think its an amazing idea. There are some beautiful wallpapers out right now, and this is a great way to decorate with inexpensive art.
    *kisses* HH

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  16. Love, love, love this look!! I definitely want to do it somewhere in my house...but where??

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  17. Ohhhh...I love this idea. The wallpaper framed in the first photo adds just the right touch to complete the calm, serene feel of this room!

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  18. I absolutely adore this look and have not seen something like this before. The wheels are turning...I am thinking about where to do this in my place!

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  19. Super cool idea and great picutes you have found! Years ago I bought a house that had LOTS of ugly wallpaper that had to be removed. After all that scraping I swore I'd never have wallpaper on a wall again...but this post may have change my mind! ;o)

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  20. I LOVE the idea...have always been a fan! I am trying to "push" someone towards this currently. Some of the images are new to me...maybe this is just the help I need to convince...thanks!!!

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  21. I love this idea! I love that yellow in the 4th pic. Great ideas and this can be a quick way to add color without a huge price tag or commitment.

    Megan
    1funkywoman.blogspot.com

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  22. Great idea with the panels! Love that first office area.

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  23. Very nice for a punch of extra pattern and color!

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  24. It is a great idea. Great images.

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  25. That is such a great look.Love the yellow wallpaper:)
    Kisses

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  26. Me too! Great images. I love the office in the first pic and the fun yellow in the second. It looks like Gracie?

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  27. Me too, also! Loving molding & frames as much as I do this is a project that I should have on my wish list. Thank you!
    Best,
    Colleen

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  28. Love the look of wallpaper as framed panels! Wonderful idea!

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  29. Love this post! Happy September! Best, Kate

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  30. Yes I love that too!! Gorgeous!

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  31. oooh I love this look!!!

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  32. Love this, too! Plus, it is a more affordable way to get the wallpaper look.

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  33. Reminds me of French boisserie - so chic and yet, non-committal!

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  34. oooh, the headboard is great. i really like the large, long framed pieces too. good find!

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  35. I've been wanting to do this for some time....and now I really, really want to. Great look without a costly commitment. No paper hanger needed!
    xo Elizabeth

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  36. What a great idea- Thanks for sharing- A good way to use scraps too.

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  37. Such a fabulous idea! I love it as a headboard. Hope you're having a great week! xoxo

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  38. This is such an awesome idea! Kind of like framing wrapping paper, but better! Reminds me of that episode of Full House when they framed the duck wall paper. Way random.

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  39. oooh I love the yellow! Great idea!

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  40. I love this look too and it's great if you fall in love with a really expensive paper but can't quite find the budget to use it on a big space. Plus it's an easier way to switch things up when you tire of a particular pattern :)

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  41. It's a GREAT idea! Love it.

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  42. Hi Sue!
    I like the idea too!
    As you say I am very afraid of wallpapers but love´em at the same time. Especially the ones with large prints and patterns.
    Here at my place you´ll only find white walls though, and one single wallpaper with a zebra- pattern(in white)in my hallway. That´s it!
    Now me too can ejoy wallpapers. Thank you for sharing!

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  43. I like this idea a lot; it's not as overpowering as a full wall. Now who's going to invent a large wallpapered frame with blank white canvas inside...?

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  44. agree 100%!!! So great for the dabbler-in-wallpaper. adding some extra zest to a room, what's not to love! Another lovely zhush post, thank you!

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  45. love it as a headboard!! such a wonderful idea!

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  46. What a great idea! This is the first time I've seen wall paper framed and it looks great!

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  47. Love this look! I've been toying with the idea of a wallpaper framed headboard in my guest room and this is perfect inspiration... thank you!!

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  48. What a beautiful idea. Love the look.


    http://kathleenjackson.blogspot.com/

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  49. Love, Love, Love your posts!

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  50. this is such a fabulous post the yellow wallpaper is my favorite,

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  51. Great idea for hanging beautiful wallpaper and not committing to covering all your walls!!

    The large panel of yellow wallpaper behind the white sofa is my favourite.

    Kelly

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  52. What a fantastic idea, I love it! The headboard does it for me too...
    Nathalie

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  53. Been wanting to wallpaper a room, or at least a wall for a long time now. Convincing the hubbie is the hard part! These frames are a great idea!!

    http://pearlsandgreentea.blogspot.com/

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  54. i love this look too! i would totally do this because i am a bit of a commitment phobe.

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  55. Me too! Definitely on the do do list...--Gretchen O.

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  56. love it, also in smaller sizes!!

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  57. I've actually been looking for some good wallpaper to do this with for my new apartment! It's a real easy way to get a nice splash of color! These rooms here are gorgeous! I love how the framed pieces add to the room! =)

    Hey lady I'm also running a small giveaway! Don't miss out! =)
    Mini Giveaway!

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  58. Plus the wallpaper that's framed is just so darn cool! I love the headboard and couch backdrops!

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  59. I think I could actually do this. Love the idea of framed wallpaper for a headboard. Great inspiration.

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  60. I'm officially OBSESSED with this look, dear! Such fun "art!"
    xo Josie
    http://winksmilestyle.blogspot.com

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  61. Love the idea.. especially your choices! xx

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  62. such a great look. i love framed fabric even more :)

    xo Alison

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  63. I LOOOOOVE the look too! It's also a GREAT option for people who rent because you can wallpaper think board and fix it to the wall without doing permanent damage. I've thought of trying it out many times, and still should!

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  64. That is a rather amazing look! ...wow. Impressed...

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  65. I've always been a fan of framing wallpaper. It's such an inexpensive way to add art/framed piece to a space. I love all the yellows pops from those framed yellow pieces. You must be so excited to be getting your coffee table from DWR! xx

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  66. i have a huge roll of know wallpaper that i love but unfortunately doesn't go with the current look of my house right now... but this is a good idea!

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  67. Great idea! Some shops even sell small lengths of wallpaper that can be framed.

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  68. OH MY GOODNESS, that is genius!!

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  69. Yep - love this. So great for renters too!

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  70. thank you for posting this! i've been thinking the past few days about how i'm going to incorporate some color into my kitchen in a different kind of way... perfect!!

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  71. Ooh I love it love it love it too! Definitely going to see where I can incorporate this look...

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  72. Love the look and the idea. I have been thinking of this for awhile now for my dining room. One big blank wall with windows and fireplace opposite. Need something to balance it out and I think this might be just the thing.

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  73. Adding my compliments to the long list above ... especially loving the yellow wallpapers. I have a set of old apothecary cabinets in my office with large glass panels currently backed in wrapping paper. Been thinking about switching to a certain Designers Guild wallpaper ... thanks for the reminder!

    p.s. found you through The Decorista

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  74. Framed wallpaper is an awesome design solution! Also loving framed wrapping paper :)

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  75. I have done the same thing as in picture no 2 in my dining room... looks amazing!

    xo

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  76. Love this style in the wall!
    http://styleandoutfit.blogspot.com/

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  77. I love this idea!! What a great way to add some "art" to your walls!

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  78. I adore this idea. So easy, so pretty! Thanks for sharing, and for the visit to my blog too--and the follow!

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