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December 08, 2010

3D Recycled Wallpaper

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Can't commit to a paint color (or, if you're a renter, the landlord won't allow you to)? Jaime Salm’s new Paperforms are a three-dimensional textured wall panel that add both color and texture to a room. The panels are 12x12, and can be attached with double stick tape or more permanently with wallpaper paste. Paperforms come in a few different designs and colors which are whimsical as well as geometrical, adding an air of sophistication to the potentially quirky wall coverings. The colors are bright or neutral, the neutrals being my favorites as they emphasize the three-dimensional nature of the panels through shadow.

*Paperforms are made from 100% post and pre-consumer waste paper, which makes them affordable as well as environmentally friendly.

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That was a very stylish wall paper. This is perfect for modern interior. That was totally unique.

Posted by: Double Glazing Warwick | May 9, 2011 2:59:00 AM

Cool wallpapers. Choosing your house wallpapers is not as easy as it seems. You must not just look after the look and designs of the wallpaper, also make sure of the quality of the material it is made of.

Posted by: plumbing | May 26, 2011 9:13:37 AM

Wall papers are quite better than paints when it comes to design and texture. You could choose your design or make your own wallpaper based on your taste. But, I think paints would last long rather than wallpapers.

Posted by: party bags | May 29, 2011 12:29:26 AM

Wallpaper may be harder to do than painting is, but it will last for a good deal longer than paint will. It has a better texture, color and design.

Posted by: double glazing | Jun 9, 2011 5:32:26 AM

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