Web Watch: Wallpaper and books

A simple light grey grasscloth from the Design Your Wall site

1. Design Your Wall.

Have you had sleepless nights, tossing and turning worrying about the best way to hang natural fibre grasscloth wallpaper? Well, this is the site for you. It gives detailed instructions and options to buy said natural fibre. This is the place to shop for thousands of wall decor products online or design your own. Check out the wallpaper tiles tab too.

www.designyourwall.com

2. Abrams Books. Click on, find the Design and Decorating tab and browse the titles. There is really something for everyone, from a biography on the American artist and design legend Tony Duquette to a tome described as, wait for it, the newest Big-Ass Book where “do-it-yourself guru Mark Montano presents 105 practical, simple, and decidedly unboring projects for every space in your home”.

www.abramsbooks.com

3. House Beautiful. The masochist in me clicked into the Organising and Cleaning section of this site and meandered to the 10 Easy Decluttering Solutions From the Experts. These experts have clearly never seen my home. Storing out-of-season kitchen linens in hidden, under-the-counter storage ain’t going to cut it, my friends. Nice site though.

www.housebeautiful.com


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