Having taken a back seat for a while and perhaps even seen as old-fashioned, wallpaper is now back where it belongs at the forefront of contemporary wall decor again.
Anyone under 30 would most likely be thinking of a picture on a computer screen or telephone rather than something you stick on the walls of your home.
I remember as a child, everyone I knew had highly patterned paper on most of the walls of in their home. As the years went by, people used to paint over it so you lost the garish pattern but still kept the texture.
Over the years it has had a bit of a fall from grace and in recent years has been used less frequently in modern homes.
That said, there are a number of specialist companies like Osborne and Little creating beautiful designs that would create a stunning impact in any room although personally I would never use patterned paper for more than one accent wall or the alcoves on either side of a fireplace.
I have done a little bit of decorating with wallpapering myself - and I didn't make a complete mess of it! - and my top tips would be:
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