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Wallpaper Roars Back Onto Décor Scene
Wallpaper makes comeback in the world of décor


Designer: Eloise Kubli, ASID Publication: Miami Herald - South Florida Home
Text: Jana Soeldner Danger Photographer: Horton Photography Inc.

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Waterfront Loft - Cork wallpaper tinted deep blue with underlying silver accents. On the floor, a wool rug in shades of gray, white and blue is a perfect complement. See more of this project.


Cork wallpaper tinted deep blue with underlying silver accents. On the floor, a wool rug in shades of gray, white and blue is a perfect complement. <a href='http://faramir/collective/projects/gold-coast-from-the-ground-up-design.php?pv=Ground'>See more of this project</a>.

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Wallpaper has made a roaring comeback in the world of décor. After falling out of favor a decade or two ago, it is now a go-to decorating tool for many homeowners and interior designers. It can create stunning looks just about everywhere in a home, including main living spaces, bathrooms and even closets. Some wallpapers are still pre-pasted, with adhesive on the back. With others, paste is applied to either the back of the paper or to the wall.

Texture’s the Thing

Interior designer Eloise Kubli, owner of Collective Construction and Design in Plantation, has continued to design with wallpaper throughout her career, even when others were avoiding it. “I’ve always used wallpaper,” she said. “It’s is a very quick way to update a room. It’s durable and beautiful and has a tactile surface I can’t achieve with paint. It has depth and dimension, and creates a unique look. And so many now are hand painted by talented artisans.”

“Wallpaper can create unexpected drama on a ceiling,” continued Kubli. “It gives so much depth and character.”

Trends

What’s trending? Gone (for the most part) are the timid designs and smooth papers of yesteryear. Wallpaper can be a creative and attractive addition to a home’s décor. “It has an inherent beauty,” Kubli says. “Mica and capiz shells are gorgeous in Florida homes.”

A Beautiful Design Addition

Wallpaper can be a creative and attractive addition to a home’s décor. “It has an inherent beauty,” believes Kubli. “The right paper doesn’t go out of style.”

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Eloise Kubli is a Professional Member of the American Society of Interior Designers. Arthur Kubli is a General Contractor licensed in Florida and numerous other states. Both Kublis have received numerous industry awards for their work. Established in 1983, Collective Construction & Design, Inc. is proud to be certified by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council as a Women's Business Enterprise.

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