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Thursday
Jul072011

A Wall is Born

In my line of work, I'm constantly exposed to new and interesting materials and finishes for the home. There are so many out there it's hard to keep track. One that I've been using in some of my projects with excellent results, and have fallen madly in love with, is this modern embossed three-dimensional wall covering by Inhabit. They're lightweight wall tiles that work together through an automatic pattern repeat to create large-scale dimensional walls of any size and shape. I find it to be a great solution to dress up any dull wall in a home. They automatically, and without much effort, add some character and spark to the room. For the longest time, I've been dying to bring this project home and use it on a brick wall which I've wanted to revamp for a while. It was hard to choose from all the patterns they offer, but since I wanted to somehow maintain the feeling of brick, I chose the Seesaw pattern. So I rolled up my sleeves, and with the help of my best friend Luis, we embarked on the perfect weekend project. The result: a slicker and modern brick wall. What do you think? To me, it's the best example of decorating to your heart's content. You can see how it turned out after the jump. 

 

Reader Comments (8)

I like it before, but I love it after!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jul 7, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterorangeandchocolate
Congratulations Eduardo, it looks amazing! I love the clean modern lines of the pattern, and the texture is so wonderful. Thanks so much for sharing this.
Nice Work Eduardo! Also love the chair and french bulldog! :)
Jul 7, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMeesh
Ohhh I love how it turned out! - Oliver looks comfy!
Jul 7, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMonica
wow! amazing job, eduardo! your bulldog approves, too.
Jul 8, 2011 | Unregistered Commentertula
It does look amazing!! It was a bit tricky to do but at the end it was well worth the effort. When is the next project?
Jul 9, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterLuis
love your house.. wish it was mine :D
Jul 14, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterandreea
I dont think Ive seen all the angles of this subject the way youve pointed them out. Youre a true star, a rock star man.

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