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Jafarzadeh, Jennifer
May 2008
Redbook;May2008, Vol. 210 Issue 5, p162
The article suggests some wallpaper installation projects. Try a modern take on a traditional pattern with an oversize grid of framed pieces by using Laura Ashley Home House Pan-t Toile wallpaper in Dine from York Wallcoverings. Create a cozy corner with a folding screen. This custom project looks complicated, but all it takes is a roll of wallpaper, a few hardware-store supplies. Customize a home office with a mix of patterns and colors that reflect one's personality using Mysterious wallpaper from Graham and Brown.


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