|A 1966 room with boldly upholstered walls. (above)|
So intrigued by the idea of making a daring no-holds-barred pattern-on-pattern wall-to-wall interior decorating statement in a room. Came across the photo above…a blue and white room where the walls and sofa are upholstered in a bargello (flame stitch) pattern…the room was featured in the April 1966 House Beautiful issue.
Then there is the current day seemingly Moroccan inspired room from uber designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard. In lieu of wallpaper or paint, graphic patterned fabric in rust burgundy and brown is used to upholster the walls and ceiling. (above)
Which of these two rooms do you like best? THIS OR THAT?
I like both spaces but I think I would pick the first picture if I was going to take a risk in a small space…love the color palette.
Which would you pick? Would you every dare to be fearless in decorating a room? If so, what might you do?