{summer house wallcovering by thibaut}

Summer House Wallpaper by Thibaut

The past few dreary days has me longing for sunshine and a bright blue sky. Thibaut Wallpaper to the rescue! Escape to Summer House, Thibaut’s newest collection of coordinating wallpaper and fabrics. The flowers, simple shapes, paperweaves, and retro batik patterns will satisfy your longing for the return of the warmth of summer!

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{NuWallpaper by Brewster Home Fashions}

NuWallpaper

Playroom goals from @terrimchugh

Peel and Stick Wallpaper

NuWallpaper is the latest innovation in wall decor. This peel and stick wallpaper collection has all of the beauty of modern wallpaper styles while being easier than ever to apply and remove.  NuWallpaper goes up in minutes and comes down in seconds!

Printed on a premium substrate that is completely removable and will not damage walls, this new peel and stick solution saves you both the time and money of ordinary wallpaper. Simply peel and stick on any smooth, flat surface.  You might recognize some of the patterns from traditional wallpaper books. Read the rest of this entry »

{magnolia home wallcovering}

magnolia home wallpaper

It was only a matter of time, right? Joanna Gaines has partnered with York Wallcovering for her first wallcovering collection aptly named  Magnolia Home.  This new wallpaper collection offers 16 signature designs in multiple colorways, with the core of the collection in neutral, black, and white

The designs and colors in this collection reflect Joanna’s very approachable style to decorating that we see on her TV show Fixer Upper. Patterns include shiplap, blueprints, quiet polka dots, vintage farm toile, botanicals, 1930s newsprint and a watercolor buffalo check.

An added bonus for consumers is that her wallpapers are backed with York’s Sure Strip® technology making for easier installation and easier removal.

Skinnylap wallpaper

Skinnylap – not to be confused with shiplap!

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{wallcovering wednesday: brewster’s beautiful new books}

Why limit yourself to one new wallpaper book when three will do? Brewster Home Fashions has three new collections, featuring three completely different takes on modern design: Mirabelle and Geometrie from A-Street Prints, and Azmaara from Kenneth James.

Which one is right for you? It depends on your design aesthetic, but with a wide array of prints and colors, these collections have wallcoverings for every home.

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{friday finds: york wallpaper sale}

wide planking Boys Will Be Boys II

Boys Will Be Boys II

 

Sapphire Oasis by York

Sapphire Oasis

Whether your personal style is contemporary, shabby chic, traditional, or transitional, York has a wallpaper for you and a sale for you. Drumroll, please… $20 per single roll! That’s a great deal on wallpaper.

The following is a list of York wallpaper books on sale thru May 31, 2016:
Aged Elegance II, Boys Will Be Boys II, Elements, Fresco, Girl Power II, Heritage Home, Hyde Park, Jewel Box, Natural Radiance, Riverside Park, Sapphire Oasis, Weatherby Woods

Natural Radiance by York

Natural Radiance

Wallpaper dramatically changes the look of a room and it’s up to you to decide the role you want wallpaper to play in your home decor. A bold stylized floral taking center stage in your bedroom or a woven quietly adding texture to your family room. The choice is yours. Hundreds of patterns and thousand of colorways.

There are a handful of stipulations (of course):

  • once inventory is depleted, that’s it.
  • no returns, so order correctly
  • order in double rolls
  • UPS charges from factory to your home
  •  roommates wall decals are not on sale

Stop by one of our stores and take a look for yourself. I’m sure you can find a gorgeous wallpaper to suit your personal style.

Since Frank and Elizabeth Hirshfield opened their first store in 1894, it has been our mission to do the best job possible meeting customer needs and solving customer problems. Hirshfield’s. People and products you can trust.

{friday finds: a new twist on damask in thibaut’s new book}

The latest collection from Thibaut Design has a familiar name, but Damask Resource Vol. 4 features a unique style that starts with the traditional Damask pattern and then introduces new colorways and innovative print treatments. The dramatic designs range from classic interpretations to modern shapes in sizable proportions and include printed corks, embossed vinyl, luxurious metallics, and flocked patterns.

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Rowan Damask | Metallic Gold on Peacock

The symmetrical layout of Passaro Damask features birds and other grand scrolls with luxurious colorways, like Metallic Pewter on Seafoam and Metallic Gold on Red.

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Passaro Damask | Metallic Pewter on Seafoam

In the red, a truly happy color, the detail of the birds and foliage really stands out. Kathy Basil of our Hirshfield’s Design Studio recommended a pattern very similar to Passaro Damask in a small powder room recently, and she said it looks beautiful, with a very “luxe” feel. Read the rest of this entry »

{friday finds: beautiful botanicals and fabulous ferns}

Even as the cold weather begins to hit, there’s nothing more beautiful than interior décor that is stylish and chic, and even brings a hint of lush nature indoors. We’re not talking plants that you have to care for every day, but stunning wallpapers that bring the outdoors inside.

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Nature has been a strong influence and source of inspiration for decor this past year. The beautiful botanicals, fabulous ferns, and pretty palm leaves have seen a resurgence in popularity. The iconic palm leaf style actually originated from Martinique Banana Leaf wallpaper, which was created by decorator Don Loper in 1942 for the Beverly Hills Hotel.

The bold wallpaper has since been transformed to more classic looking styles that can be used for any room and not just upscale Beverly Hills hotels.

Beverly Hills Hotel

Is that the lovely Lesley Ann Warren?

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