If you’re not ready to put up wallpaper on your walls, try wallpapering a room divider. You can change out the wallpaper on a whim to create a new and exciting space without the commitment.
Patterned wallpaper grabs enough attention to serve as a room’s focal point. But here, a detailed floral pattern wallpaper is the backdrop to a gallery of prints. Despite the level of detail in the prints and the wallpaper, the two work well in tandem.
Be bold like the designer of this space and wallpaper an entire room in a deep red. This unconventional color choice works well for a media room, home theater or other getaway space where you can escape the norm.
Create an eco-friendly home like this one by surrounding your home with trees for shade. Use only sustainable materials and angle your windows for maximum light.
Architects are experts in designing homes that take advantage of natural light and eco-friendly materials. Like many architectural homes, this one features expertly placed windows to absorb as much light as possible.
A home as old as this one may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of an eco house. However, stone is a sturdy building material with many eco-friendly pluses. It is sustainable, insulates the home and looks stunning. Keeping stone clean is simple by yearly power washing.
A house with a grass roof may not be possible for everyone. But for the few that can pull it off, a grass roof is an eco-friendly and economical way to keep your home insulated and cool.
You can save money and energy by using solar panels on your home. Solar panels can reduce your energy bill and help the planet at the same time. This eco home takes solar power to the extreme, covering much of its roof in large panels.
The more green area around your home, the easier it is to keep it cool. This hillside home is protected by the elevated landscape and the lush greenery.