Wallpaper Advice II
Following on from last wallpaper article please see more on digital wallpaper. Hopefully you’ll find something appetizing!
Digital Wallpaper books
Especially with the advantages in technology, digital wallpaper has been gaining momentum for some time now. We are glad to display some of the latest collection of digital wallpapers. You may avail of woven wallpaper or choose to go for the more technologically advanced non-woven wallpaper. It is certainly one of the easiest ways to transform the scheme. There is a selection to suit various taste buds from mediocre to avant garde. The above images are examples of just a few of them. There is a lot more to choose from. Feel free to call in for some visual feast and browse through the books!
Office and study areas can be brought to life with the ’World Map’ image. They are functional, educational and helpful in planning a holiday. Paint a frame around the map to enhance and define it better. For example ’0795 Martina Olive’ by Colortrend. Other walls can be decorated with ’Subtle Chai’ by Dulux Signature.
It is all about pastels this spring construct a delicate aerial mood with ‘Passion’ digital wallpaper. Dress other walls with a ‘Subtle Whim’ by Dulux Signature or ’Pavillion Blue no.252’ by Farrow and Ball. A table painted in ’Mid Dusk’ by Dulux Signature will add flavor to the overall ambiance. If the fragile pastel colours are not your cup of tea, aim for rich mauve’s and greys. i.e. a deep earthy purple ’Mulberry Magic’ by Colortrend. ’Manor House Gray no.265’ by Farrow and Ball will appear chic against ’Passion’ wallpaper. ’Pure Cloud’ by Dulux Signature inclines more sophisticated surroundings.
‘Ivy’ print is admirable as it evokes thoughts of times gone by. This would look incredibly eye pleasing in cafes, restaurants or bathrooms. Paint the rest of the wall a blue-grey. Try ’Mid Cloud’ by Dulux Signature.
Let the walls unfold untold stories with digital wallpaper,
In-store designer, Tralee branch firstname.lastname@example.org
Pat McDonnell Paints always recommend the application of a sample prior to a final decision on any colour. There are a number of factors which can substantially influence how a colour looks on a chip card/computer screen & how it will look in a room setting. e.g the quality of a camera image, quality of the computer screen, the lighting in the room etc.