Framed Wallpaper

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  • DIY Framed Wallpaper Panels

    Ok, real talk, this probably seems so silly, but I just sat here for the last 5 minutes staring at my screen trying to figure out what to title this. Framed wallpaper art, DIY make your own framed wallpaper panels, DIY wallpaper (no, that’s not really right because I didn’t make the wallpaper). Is wallpaper really considered art? What exactly did I DIY? I mean, so much flooding my mind in such a small amount of time. And now I think I need a drink, of water that is…hold on brb. Ok, I got my water, even added a slice of lemon to it (we fancy), and now I’m sitting at my desk with full focus (hopefully) to share with you how we created these wallpaper masterpieces. Ah ha! Maybe that’s what I should title this? Although, masterpiece status could probably be argued 10 ways to Sunday, so let’s move on. Are you still with me after all that random rambling? I hope so. Because we’re just about to get into the good stuff. These wallpaper thing-u-ma-bobs. If you caught my insta stories over the summer, then you probably saw a sneak peek that we were working on this little project. Most of you have probably heard me mention this before, that my decor approach has been about having less and focusing on some statement pieces throughout the house. If you’re visiting, hear me out for a minute. I used to think that my walls needed to be filled with things, or a lot of decor pieces scattered throughout each room, in order for it to feel finished. Maybe it was more so that I thought I needed more to show because that showed I had somewhat of a sense of style. But what I think makes someone’s style so […]

  • So Clever: How Cool Is This DIY Framed Wallpaper Treatment?

    So you love wallpaper, but aren't ready to go wall-to-wall? Take your lead from Foster Custom Homes. In the recent Utah Valley Parade of Homes, [uvparade.com] ]this creative team introduced framed wallpaper.

  • So Clever: How Cool Is This DIY Framed Wallpaper Treatment?

    So you love wallpaper, but aren't ready to go wall-to-wall? Take your lead from Foster Custom Homes. In the recent Utah Valley Parade of Homes, [uvparade.com] ]this creative team introduced framed wallpaper.

  • Get Creative When Decorating with Wallpaper

    Wallpaper is popping up every where and not just on the walls. I'm sharing seven ways to get creative in your home when decorating with wallpaper.

  • Framed Wallpaper Panels

    Several years ago, while my aunt and uncle were remodeling their home, they passed along to me some awesome wallpaper they had leftover. I was totally smitten with the design and had plans to use the wallpaper on the inside of a bookshelf, but later decided not to, for fear that it’s loveliness would get covered up. Then, one day, I came across a post from The Hunted Interior with the idea of creating DIY framed wallpaper panels. And I loved it. This post contains affiliate links. I knew that creating the framed wallpaper panels was the perfect solution to showcase my amazing wallpaper. I followed Kristin’s tutorial with a few tweaks here and there. Supplies: Woods Wallpaper Paint Brush Wallpaper Paste Credit Card (for smoothing out the bumps) MDF Board (cut to size) Decorative Trim White Paint Wood Glue Command Large Picture-Hanging Strips I started by cutting the MDF board and trim pieces to my desired lengths (with a little help from the hubs). Mine measured 21″ X 49″, which was just a 1/2 inch wider than the original width of the wallpaper. Next, I measured and cut the wallpaper to fit on the board. Using the paint brush, I applied wallpaper paste to the back of the wallpaper and attached it to the board. While that dried, I painted the mitered trim pieces and then used wood glue to stick them on around the edges of the panel, creating a pretty frame. (Sorry, I forgot to photograph that step!) Finally, using Command Strips, I carefully hung the panels on the wall (after measuring where they would go.) They only weighed about 6.5 lbs each, so hopefully they will stay up on the wall without a problem. The panels are now happily hanging in our bedroom and I love that I can enjoy them everyday. They were super easy to put together, but the most exciting part it that if we ever decide to move, we can easily take our framed wallpaper panels with us!

  • Beautiful Removable Wallpaper Ideas Even Renters Can Love

    Yes, you can have fun with wallcoverings without freaking your landlord out.

  • DIY Framed Wallpaper Panels

    Learn how to create framed wall paper panels with this easy DIY guide for beginners by @alexa.at.home. Wallpaper panels are a great design option for an accent wall in kids spaces and nurseries.

  • DIY Framed Wallpaper Panels

    Ok, real talk, this probably seems so silly, but I just sat here for the last 5 minutes staring at my screen trying to figure out what to title this. Framed wallpaper art, DIY make your own framed wallpaper panels, DIY wallpaper (no, that’s not really right because I didn’t make the wallpaper). Is wallpaper really considered art? What exactly did I DIY? I mean, so much flooding my mind in such a small amount of time. And now I think I need a drink, of water that is…hold on brb. Ok, I got my water, even added a slice of lemon to it (we fancy), and now I’m sitting at my desk with full focus (hopefully) to share with you how we created these wallpaper masterpieces. Ah ha! Maybe that’s what I should title this? Although, masterpiece status could probably be argued 10 ways to Sunday, so let’s move on. Are you still with me after all that random rambling? I hope so. Because we’re just about to get into the good stuff. These wallpaper thing-u-ma-bobs. If you caught my insta stories over the summer, then you probably saw a sneak peek that we were working on this little project. Most of you have probably heard me mention this before, that my decor approach has been about having less and focusing on some statement pieces throughout the house. If you’re visiting, hear me out for a minute. I used to think that my walls needed to be filled with things, or a lot of decor pieces scattered throughout each room, in order for it to feel finished. Maybe it was more so that I thought I needed more to show because that showed I had somewhat of a sense of style. But what I think makes someone’s style so […]

  • ORC Week 4: Framed Wallpaper Panels with Lighting

    I can’t believe we are already in week 4 of the One Room Challenge! We are not even half way…

  • How to Frame Wallpaper as Artwork

    Framing wallpaper is a beautiful (and affordable!) way to create your own artwork.

  • Just Enough of a Good Thing: Framed Wallpaper

    We’ve spent a lot of time lately looking at wallpaper, and the most beautiful patterns are often prohibitively expensive for DIY budgets. Instead of breaking the bank by papering an entire room, try purchasing a small amount of the good stuff and framing it as an accent. Have a look at these luscious examples for inspiration.First Row:1. Canadian House & Home2. Chicago House Tour: Summer and Josh’s Pumped Up Traditional3. Roseland Greene4. The White Balloon5.

  • DIY Framed Wallpaper Panels

    MATERIALS 1 Roll of Wallpaper (mine was Laura Ashley Summer Palace Duck Egg) Wallpaper Paste Paint Brush Wallpaper Brush or Spatula Pre-Cut 1/4" MDF

  • DIY Framed Wallpaper Panels

    Ok, real talk, this probably seems so silly, but I just sat here for the last 5 minutes staring at my screen trying to figure out what to title this. Framed wallpaper art, DIY make your own framed wallpaper panels, DIY wallpaper (no, that’s not really right because I didn’t make the wallpaper). Is wallpaper really considered art? What exactly did I DIY? I mean, so much flooding my mind in such a small amount of time. And now I think I need a drink, of water that is…hold on brb. Ok, I got my water, even added a slice of lemon to it (we fancy), and now I’m sitting at my desk with full focus (hopefully) to share with you how we created these wallpaper masterpieces. Ah ha! Maybe that’s what I should title this? Although, masterpiece status could probably be argued 10 ways to Sunday, so let’s move on. Are you still with me after all that random rambling? I hope so. Because we’re just about to get into the good stuff. These wallpaper thing-u-ma-bobs. If you caught my insta stories over the summer, then you probably saw a sneak peek that we were working on this little project. Most of you have probably heard me mention this before, that my decor approach has been about having less and focusing on some statement pieces throughout the house. If you’re visiting, hear me out for a minute. I used to think that my walls needed to be filled with things, or a lot of decor pieces scattered throughout each room, in order for it to feel finished. Maybe it was more so that I thought I needed more to show because that showed I had somewhat of a sense of style. But what I think makes someone’s style so […]

  • DIY Framed Wallpaper Panels

    DIY Framed Wallpaper Panels…I am obsessed (OBSESSED!) with Dorothy Draper’s Brazilliance wallpaper. It’s so vibrant and colourful and tropical; such a bold statement and so iconic…

  • 10 Ways to Decorate Your Home Like the Pros!

    Don't we all want to decorate our house like the professionals? But sometimes, it's hard to know what to do because we don't want to get it wrong! (And most of us are walking around

  • DIY Framed Wallpaper Panels

    MATERIALS 1 Roll of Wallpaper (mine was Laura Ashley Summer Palace Duck Egg) Wallpaper Paste Paint Brush Wallpaper Brush or Spatula Pre-Cut 1/4" MDF

  • DIY FRAMED WALL MURAL -

    Have you ever thought about adding a DIY FRAMED WALL MURAL to your home decor? So here is the thing… I just revealed my spanking hot MOODY, MODERN dining room last week for the One Room Challenge and it seems like LOTS of you are in LOVE with the dramatic large FRAMED WALL MURAL that...

  • Martyn White on

    “This beautiful design by Atelier CVD , creates a transition through the use of luxurious materials and soft collection of beautiful hues leading visitors towards the framed view of the impressive mural wallcovering by Anabô in the dining room. #wallpaper #wallcovering #hallway”

  • Framed Wallpaper Panels

    Several years ago, while my aunt and uncle were remodeling their home, they passed along to me some awesome wallpaper they had leftover. I was totally smitten with the design and had plans to use the wallpaper on the inside of a bookshelf, but later decided not to, for fear that it’s loveliness would get covered up. Then, one day, I came across a post from The Hunted Interior with the idea of creating DIY framed wallpaper panels. And I loved it. This post contains affiliate links. I knew that creating the framed wallpaper panels was the perfect solution to showcase my amazing wallpaper. I followed Kristin’s tutorial with a few tweaks here and there. Supplies: Woods Wallpaper Paint Brush Wallpaper Paste Credit Card (for smoothing out the bumps) MDF Board (cut to size) Decorative Trim White Paint Wood Glue Command Large Picture-Hanging Strips I started by cutting the MDF board and trim pieces to my desired lengths (with a little help from the hubs). Mine measured 21″ X 49″, which was just a 1/2 inch wider than the original width of the wallpaper. Next, I measured and cut the wallpaper to fit on the board. Using the paint brush, I applied wallpaper paste to the back of the wallpaper and attached it to the board. While that dried, I painted the mitered trim pieces and then used wood glue to stick them on around the edges of the panel, creating a pretty frame. (Sorry, I forgot to photograph that step!) Finally, using Command Strips, I carefully hung the panels on the wall (after measuring where they would go.) They only weighed about 6.5 lbs each, so hopefully they will stay up on the wall without a problem. The panels are now happily hanging in our bedroom and I love that I can enjoy them everyday. They were super easy to put together, but the most exciting part it that if we ever decide to move, we can easily take our framed wallpaper panels with us!

  • 32 Headboard Ideas And DIY Tips For Every Style

    Need bedroom design inspiration? Check out these incredibly unique headboard ideas, and get tips for how you can copy the look and DIY.

  • 9 Creative Ways to Use Peel and Stick Wallpaper

    There are so many possibilities and ideas for peel and stick wallpaper. View these 9 creative ways to use peel and stick wallpaper, other than walls!

  • Frame a fabric or wallpaper sample.

    Who says art has to mean anything, or require any creativity whatsoever? Here are some cheap, simple ideas to decorate an otherwise boring wall.

  • DIY Chinoiserie Wallpaper Panels

    Create gorgeous, gold bamboo framed DIY chinoiserie wall panels using adhesive and wallpaper. An affordable way to create large scale artwork.