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Surround yourself with beautiful walls!

August 31, 2017

There are endless possibilities when it comes to dressing up the walls throughout your home... Those same walls that surround you on a daily basis and house all the people/things you hold most dear in life, so why not make them special and unique to your own style and personality? And we're not just talking paint here.... we're talking wallcoverings! Yes, wallcoverings! I don't mean your grandma's old kitchen or those borders that go around the top 12" of your wall, I'm talking about beautiful, exquisite, sophisticated materials made with everything from cork and wood to grasscloth and beads and probably a million things in between! Wallcoverings aren't just for walls anymore either... they can be used on ceilings and add such an impact to the space! Let C Studio help you source, purchase and hang these wallcoverings throughout your home, creating a space all your own! Call us today for a complimentary design consultation and/or click on our logo below to follow the link to our contact page where you can fill out all of your info and we will get back to you as soon as possible. 


On that note, today I am posting a few of my favorite wallcoverings and some great spaces where they can be applied throughout your home!


xo - Chelsey


Bedrooms - Wallcoverings can add pattern to a bedroom, or just a simple color or texture (my preference), to create a calming, relaxing feel for your space. Check out the slideshow below for a few examples of this...


Sources: 1) Buckingham Interiors & Design, 2) Michael Abrams, 3) Studio McGee, 4) Sophie Paterson Interiors




living/family rooms - Again, such a great way to add warmth, color or texture, and yet another element to that layering effect I always go on and on about! Depending on the space/style, the wallcovering could be plain or add a pop of pattern, especially if it is just used as a focal point on a feature wall or in the back of a built-in for instance. It can also really dress up a space if you add something with a metallic element for a formal living room for example.