Larsen Backdrop

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Below are a number of images illustrating a recent wallpaper hanging project in Warwick. My client asked me to install 12 rolls of Larsen Walls Book II: Backdrop (Flax), in her 1980’s detached home. The walls, typically, were not in the best of shape and mightily out-of-true on all external angles.

The walls were prepared with my Mirka CEROS virtually dust free sanding system and lined with MAV Wallrock 55 Fibreliner lining paper.

The fine wallpaper – a contract width – was then hung over. The paper supposedly has a pattern match, however, I was advised by Colefax & Fowler, the supplier,  that they recommend hanging it “Freematch” and rotating each drop by 180 degrees to avoid any visual discrepancy… this is how they have it installed in their showrooms.

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The final image shows an example of the technique that I use for window reveals… particularly effective (and difficult) with this pattern.

This project took three days to complete.

 

 

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