Friday, November 21, 2014

Giving Thanks


Hi blog readers,

Generally, the Four Walls blogs are about interior design tips, interesting decor tidbits and examples from the world of decorating.  However, with the Thanksgiving holiday upon us, I just didn't feel like blogging about "all things beautiful and stunning."  Given the amount of tragedy in the news and the world around us of late, I felt the design patterns of Thanksgiving dinnerware just didn't seem to be that important right now.

What is of importance, and needs to be recognized, is the fact that there are men and women of our military fighting to keep our world safe. Many of these men and women will not be home with their families and loved ones this Thanksgiving.

So, while you are enjoying the company of friends and family, and Thanksgiving dinner, give thanks to our military, police and fire fighters, who work continuously to keep us all safe in our imperfect world we live in.

The Four Walls wishes it's clients and friends a very happy Thanksgiving!

Robin

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Print Happy Wallcoverings

Vientiane Ikat in indigo



Hello Blog Readers!

One of my most favorite hand print Wallcovering lines is Schumacher &Co.
They have just come out with a new line of Wallcovering called "Print Happy." These exciting prints are suitable for any room in the home, from contemporary to traditional.  This new addition adds a fun, new twist because of the wide variety in color mixes! It is refreshing as an interior designer, as well as store-owner of The Four Walls Design Studio, to see such bold use of color and larger print scale. In addition, their new line has an Asian influence, as well as a contemporary floral flavor.


This new collection is a timeless, non-trendy wallcovering that stands the test of time!
 
Remember folks, playing it safe with wallpaper is boring.

Happy decorating!

Robin


Chiang Mai Dragon in ebony.



Katsugi in tangerine and berry



                                             
                                                               






                                                                                                 
Song Garden in lacquer