Friday, January 6, 2012

Speaking of Perforated Perfection...

A few months ago, Jillian posted here about light fixtures that cast a gorgeous glow because of tiny perforated holes in their metallic surfaces. When I saw this image in House Beautiful, I thought it was a great example of her "perforated perfection," but on a larger scale and in a completely different medium.

Believe it or not, this look was actually created with custom-printed Mylar wallpaper. Isn't it amazing? 

Major impact! This Bombay wallpaper by Brunschwig and Fils works really well on the low, slanted ceilings in a room with only one window. Paired with the bold orange and purple hues, this shiny "perforated" wall treatment adds a luminous feel to this small space. Pure radiance!


image by Victoria Pearson for House Beautiful; interior design by Maine Design

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