If I tell you this is my inspiration photo please don't think I have any hope of replicating it - it is just the 'notion' of the room I would like to capture. Calm, green fairly empty and a lot of paintings.
I have sage green wallpaper for the music room - I want a plain colour as I will have a lot of pictures in here and a ton of OTT furniture.
Then I decided I might as well play around with the rather nice border that is on the edge of the paper. ???
|paper with its border|
I could have some of the border visible below the dental trim I bought especially for this room, but I don't think the angular cuts of the trim go with the curvy pattern in the border (the trim needs painting of course) ????
OR could have some of the border visible but with a mini coving just to tidy the join between the ceiling and wall ???? Now I am not sure if I am comfy with the coving and ceiling being very white and the border being slightly greyish.
Or back to plan A and plain green walls and plain white small dental trim coving. This is what happens when you buy plain wallpaper and it comes with a surprise trim!
Opinions very welcome