6 Eye-Catching Wall Treatments for Your Home

Be bold or be subtle.


These looks are inspired by the home of Michael and Jennifer Koury. See more of that mid-century bungalow in Avenue Calgary's September 2018 issue or here


Photograph by Janis Nicolay.

Interiors to Inspire wall treatment designed by Amanda Hamilton at Native Tongues Taqueria.


photography courtesy of Metro Wallcoverings

Namaste by Candice Olson fabric-backed vinyl wallcovering from Metro Wallcoverings.


photography courtesy of Farrow & Ball 

Helleborus by Farrow & Ball wallpaper from Maria Tomás.


photography courtesy of Thibaut

Stream Weave by Thibaut Grasscloth Reserve Collection wallpaper from Walls Alive.


photography courtesy of Rocky Mountain Decals

Wild Flower wall stickers by Rocky Mountain Decals.


photography courtesy of Romo

Edie by Romo hessian-style vinyl wallpaper from The Heather Company.


This article appears in the September 2018 issue of Avenue Calgary. Subscribe here.


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