20
Sep

Peek-a-boo wallpaper

“Use wallpaper in unexpected places: on the ceiling, in a panelled room, in closets, hallways and small foyers,” advises New York interior designer Lindsay Coral Harper. “A great pattern or texture in small spaces can be a prodigious twist.”

Taking her own advice, here are some examples of Lindsay’s work with bold wallpaper for a striking surprise!

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