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Home Living : May 22nd 2012
MB HLN - HOME LIVING: NORTH, Tuesday, May 22, 2012 1 IDEAS OFF THE WALL BIG RANGE FOR DECORATORS Susan Redman Details: larkmade.com.au; uniquefabrics.com; and duckeggblue.com.au Porcelain wallpaper, by Studio Ditte, from Lark online. WALLPAPER HANGING TIPS 1. Hang art'' wallpapers with pins or tacks or hang from a track like an ar tpiece. 2. For wallpapers with life- sized images, allow each roll to curl at the ground level. 3. Cut out parts of the papers in a shape and float'' them on the wall. 4. Try putting up wallpapers that are water-resistant in bathrooms or laundries. 5. Wallpaper inside double- door wardrobes. 6. Create your own papers by going to digital imaging agencies and requesting a large print out. 7. Cover boxes with your favourite papers. 8. Make a mural or collage and intersect rolls with a complementary design. 9. Find a photo-mural from the '70s and paste it in a narrow hallway. 10. Try islander barks or Japanese rice papers. OFF-WHITE walls will be a thing of the past if wall- paper artisans have their way. With the advent of digital imaging and superior paper stocks, combined with new processes for hanging pa- pers and removing them, wallpapers are the top-shelf show ponies in a decorator's tool kit. The unbearably cute on- line store Lark stocks a range of papers that are suitable for both children's and family rooms. Look at the fresh and youthful wall- papers of Dutch firm Studio Ditte, which are often re- peat patterns of quirky mo- tifs from buttons to robots and china plates at their online store. British label Andrew Martin has an inspiring col- lection of wallpaper themes that often play with mid- century UK pop culture. A new range has log stacks, libraries and pan- elled leather, a quirky mix of establishment and mod- ern metaphor designs avail- able through Unique Fab- rics, Paddington. Inside GOING BOLD WITH BRICKS TASTY COFFEE COMES HOME HINTS FOR HOME HEAT Kitchens Bathrooms Doors Laundries Toilets from $19 5 full ceramic 4 panel solid timber maple Doors Crazy! $135 30% off Custom Made Kitchens SALE Vanities from $199 Solid timber maple French Doors Crazy! $169 AusLux Stainless Steel Sinks from $110 24 Bridge Street, RYDALMERE - off Victoria Rd Ph 9898 1200 www.auslux.com.au OPEN 7 DAYS Mon - Fri 9.00am-5.00pm Saturday 9.30am-2.00pm Sunday 9.30am-1.00pm Bathroom Accessories from $15 Taps from $45 Shower Screens from $375 Home Improvement 2247034i 12/4 2258488 22/05 Turn your dreams into reality Rodney Binet 0412 822 608 Ann Chen 0404 888 198 2IÀFH 9868 3222 www.binethomes.com.au 45 YEARS EXPERIENCE EXCELLENT VALUE FOR MONEY GREAT RESALE VALUE MULTI AWARD WINNING BUILDER Love where you live, but need a new home? SPECIALISING IN Z New homes Z .QRFN GRZQ UHEXLOG VHUYLFH Z +RXVH ODQG SDFNDJHV Z 'XSOH[ GXDO RFFXSDQF\ GHYHORSPHQWV Z )XOO EULFN EULFN YHQHHU FRQVWUXFWLRQ Z ,Q ODZ DFFRPPRGDWLRQ KRPHV FREE QUOTE Display Home .DPEDK 3ODFH :HVW 3HQQDQW +LOOV Inspection Times :HGQHVGD\ )ULGD\ SP _ 6DWXUGD\ 6XQGD\ SP
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