A Vacation Home Update

A Vacation Home Update

Temporary wallpaper was something I haven't really heard of, but the concept greatly interested me and so I walked in. It was my first visit ever to High Point Market. The owners greeted me with a smile, explained their products to me and I was in love! I personally love wallpaper. It adds texture, interest, and character to a space. The fact that this wallpaper is so easy to apply and remove had me sold!

My clients purchased a vacation home in Orlando FL. It is a home that they can use themselves and rent out to vacationing families. One of their must-haves was the inclusion of themed rooms for children. They had specific themes that they wanted me to use, including a Mickey Mouse bedroom and a Superhero’s media room. I immediately thought of Tempaper to add a unique touch to these rooms! But there was an issue, would I be able to use Tempaper on textured wall surfaces, which are common in Florida homes? The texture of the walls was like an orange peel. I tried a large sample on a wall and sure enough, Tempaper adhered to the wall with no problems at all!

The Mickey mouse was a fun room to design. I wanted to add a fun and unique feature wall, so I created a color block wall with red on top, Tempaper’s Falling Stars wallpaper in the middle, and black on the bottom.  For the focal point of the room, I came up with an idea to have Mickey’s head as the headboard. Tempaper’s Falling Stars borders added a magical touch! I designed the bedding as classical “Mickey Mouse’s outfit.“

 

For the superhero media room, I used Tempaper‚Äôs textured Brick Ebony¬†throughout to give a cityscape feel. This completely transformed the entire look and feel of the room. ¬†3D superhero wall art that ‚Äúpop‚ÄĚ from the brick. Once plain walls are now full of texture and character!¬† And a fun mural ties the room together!


 Guest Post by Dania of Decor For Kids | @decor_for_kids Instagram feed gives daily Inspiration to make your child's room creative, fun & glamorous!

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