Wallpaper Design

There’s something about a wall covering that adds that extra element of color, energy and texture to a room. Wall coverings provide a way to unite a space together, enhancing its overall effect and creating a warm, cozy look for any room. With styles ranging from textured grass cloth to floral patterns San Diego's Bonnie Bagley Catlin of Signature Designs is sharing some of her favorite wall coverings she uses when designing homes for clients.  

Whether its paper, fabric, something with pattern, or just texture, our walls are a great opportunity to create an interesting backdrop for interiors. Nothing says custom quite like wallpaper (naturally because it is much more labor intensive than a paint job).

Shopping around for wallpaper with Bonnie Bagley-Catlin

"I love Grass cloth – a great go-to paper. The texture adds warmth, coziness, and a sense of sophistication and polish to a space. It can be versatile, and comes in a variety of color options." 

 Phillip Jeffries  (see dining room photos)

"I love the unique textured look of Valhallan papers These papers can be used as sheet goods, torn, layered – they are create and dramatic."

Valhallan  (dark copper with black art)

"York Wallcovering's Candace Olsen Couture collection has rich classic patterns for elegant traditional looks." 

York Wallcoverings (see bathroom photos)

Justin Wood

JPW Design Studio, California

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