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Using Wallpaper in Your Bathroom, Toilet or Shower Room

So, you’re thinking about using wallpaper in your bathroom, toilet or shower room? There are a lot of myths flying round about what you can and can’t do when it comes to decorating these rooms so we are here to help put your mind at ease with some sound, expert advice. Can I use wallpaper in my bathroom? The simple answer is… yes! People have this vision of bathroom wallpaper peeling away at the first sign of steam, but the reality is very different. If installed correctly, bathroom wallpapers will... Read More

28/09/2015
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Fantastic Autumn Wallpaper Ideas and Advice

Here at I Want Wallpaper we love autumn!   Autumn is all about colour, with trees covered in an array of differing shades. From greens, to browns and everywhere in between there is sure to be a colour that you will love.   Greens     Yellow is another colour that we see at this time of year. Not only is it vibrant, but also yellow links to many other bright colours found at autumn time, such as orange.   Our P+S Home Sweet Home Mosaic Tile Effect Embossed Vinyl... Read More

18/09/2015
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5 Fantastic Slate Wallpapers to Freshen Up Your Home

There are many things that can be said about slate, its durable, versatile and above all else looks fantastic!   With an array of different shades and colours, along with its fine grain, slate has been used for centuries as a roofing tile. Today it is used on lawns, floors and walls.   Slate is popping up everywhere with more and more homeowners discovering different uses for the attractive stone.   History   Slate became a roofing material when it was discovered that it broke cleanly in to thin sheets,... Read More

12/06/2015
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Wallpaper Fit For A Queen!

We love birthdays and we love parties – and they do not come much bigger than this weekend’s extravaganza to celebrate the ‘official’ birthday of HRH Queen Elizabeth II.   This Saturday, ‘Trooping the Colour’ will take place and is a colourful spectacular worth of royalty!   The ceremony derives from two old military ceremonies, Trooping the Colour and Mounting The Queen’s Guard. The origin of the ceremony goes back to the early eighteenth century, and possibly even earlier, when the guards and sentries for the Royal Palaces and other... Read More

14/05/2015
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Freshen Up Your Home By Bringing The Outside Inside

With summer nearly here, its time to think about what you are going to do over the long weekend.   We have been reading about the various traditions that certain areas in the country have for this ‘Whitsun’ holiday, some sound like our idea of fun!   Cooper’s Hill, Brockworth, Gloucestershire People race down a steep hill following a large round cheese. The hill is concave and has an incline of 1:1 in some places. The first person to cross the finishing line wins a Double Gloucester cheese weighing about... Read More