Your Question...Answered

Many of you saw THIS IMAGE, and was captured by the little one, but also you wanted to know about the wall.
Despite the rumors, the truth is this, its just fabric.

Yes you heard correctly, fabric. This application is not new and has been done many many times by designers and and interior decorators for many years.

I am redoing this bedroom and wanted to do something moody with the walls. Ive tried temporary wall paper and it is a challenge to work with, so I decided to try fabric.

I had been looking for quite some time for the perfect fabric to go on the walls. I wanted something geometric, but it had to be a neutral.

So, one day I was at one of my favorite fabric stores and happened to see this gray damask. I had looked at other pieces, but I completely missed this one. I bought a yard just to see how it would look on the walls. When I arrived home and sat up in my bed that night and looked across the room at it I knew right then, this was the one. I was initially drawn to using this textile because of the color as well as the price. It was only $14.99 a yard and then it was part of their 50% off sale (happens ever so often) and I also had a coupon for 20% off my entire order. So I only paid around $6 a yard. Which was good because I was going to need a lot of fabric to cover the walls in this bedroom.

*the measuring tape is there because I am seeing what size TV Id like to get for the bedroom. I have had a TV in well over 3 years**

So far I have used about six yards and will probably use another six yards to complete the space. This is a very inexpensive and quick (application wise) method of adding a high end look to your space.

Just like wall paper, the options are endless when it comes using fabric on your walls.

Have you tried putting up fabric on your walls?

Would you like a tutorial? Let me know in the comments and if enough of you are interested I will do one.