Helene Amundsen
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Add some geometric wallpaper to one wall in your living room to create an accent wall. For a mid-century look, choose a sofa with thin wooden legs.

Add some geometric wallpaper to one wall in your living room to create an accent wall. For a mid-century look, choose a sofa with thin wooden legs.

PLAY WITH DIFFERENT GLOSS LEVELS The completely matte wall creates tranquility and depth, a great backdrop for items to be added -- such as the upholstered bench [floral] from Designers Guild, and a chair painted Super Blank in the color Butterfly.

PLAY WITH DIFFERENT GLOSS LEVELS The completely matte wall creates tranquility and depth, a great backdrop for items to be added -- such as the upholstered bench [floral] from Designers Guild, and a chair painted Super Blank in the color Butterfly.

VT2

VT2

3 Colors of the Year 2017 by Haymes via Eclectic Trends. It's getting darker, cosy and slightly moody. See three options to snuggle up in a warm interiors.

3 Colors of the Year 2017 by Haymes via Eclectic Trends. It's getting darker, cosy and slightly moody. See three options to snuggle up in a warm interiors.

autumn colors living room More

autumn colors living room More

Interior Design Trends 2017: Top Tips From the Experts - LuxPad

Interior Design Trends 2017: Top Tips From the Experts - LuxPad

Color

Color

the green light

the green light

It may not be a conventional way to weave but I've been getting lots of requests about how I add sourced fabric to my tapestries and I'm always willing to share my techniques! Visit my blog to read the entire tutorial! I will be posting to my blog more often because I often get asked the same questions... are there any questions about weaving/ selling art/ sourcing materials that you want to ask? Let me know below and I will add them to my list.

It may not be a conventional way to weave but I've been getting lots of requests about how I add sourced fabric to my tapestries and I'm always willing to share my techniques! Visit my blog to read the entire tutorial! I will be posting to my blog more often because I often get asked the same questions... are there any questions about weaving/ selling art/ sourcing materials that you want to ask? Let me know below and I will add them to my list.