Dallas-based artist Ann Jackson is known for her abstract paintings and contemporary cactus landscapes, created on Belgian linen using linear color washes. Her work is colorful, modern, and vibrant. Jackson has taken eight of her original oil paintings and started a premium line of wallpaper, printed on continuous rolls using earth-friendly, water-based inks. It is FSC-certified, ensuring responsible use of forest […]Read More
Style makers, movers, and shakers, 2015 is going to be a beautiful year, one that is “modern, yet approachable.” At least, it is according to Zillow Digs, which has announced the top five 2015 trends in their annual Home Trend Forecast, as well as which four fads from 2014 are on their way to the style […]Read More
I grew up in the ’80s, wallpaper’s verifiable heyday. It seemed like anyone who was anyone had wallpaper in pretty much every room in their house, even the laundry room. That was when you could decorate any room in any theme you wanted and the chances of you getting side-eye from your friends was slim.
That’s not the case today, though. Paper went out of fashion in the late ’90s along with pegged jeans and neon accessories. But just like the questionable styles of the ’80s, wallpaper is making a comeback, too. That’s what Texas Paint and Wallpaper’s Marcey White-Pillow claims in this feature on the Coldwell Banker Blue Matter blog.Read More
Or you could keep it as is, but the wallpaper would need some freshening up. Unit 11D in the Park Towers Condominiums is a time warp. Everything looks to be from the 60s, when this building was constructed. The owner was obviously a big fan of green, as you can see from the wallpaper in […]Read More
Are you listening to Your Mama? Well you should, because that savvy and sharp house hunter shares her expert opinion (and wit!) on Dallas Stars hockey player Louis Ericksson’s Preston Hollow mansion. We talked about the wallpaper, which can sometimes cause mixed feelings. You know, like this: A fireplace centrally set into a paneled wall […]Read More