We have owned a small lake side cottage in Maine for about 15 years and every year we add little improvements. Sometimes it is the necessary roof or septic system and others we get to use our design skills to improve the looks and feel of the place.
Last year we did the roof and we refreshed the bathroom with a river stone floor and Marmorino walls.
This year we have continued the biophilic theme by installing one of our mural papers in a bedroom. It is a scenic mural originally painted by Lena in Lincolnshire, UK depicting the fresco "Villa of Livia" (Circa. 30-20 BCE) housed at the Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome, Italy. If you would like to see an 18 second virtual tour of the room, on Youtube, click here.
The original mural, painted in Lincolnshire, UK, looks like this:
Villa Livia Fresco - Repeat : 28' 6" W. x 8' H. Delivered on 15 - 24” rolls.
As time permits, we will be adding wallpapers to the other rooms in the house. All will have the “natural world” theme. We are thinking of what we call “Passion Flower” for the master bedroom. This paper is re-created from a fragment of antique wallpaper.
Passion Flowers (DE2813) - Repeat : 15.4” W. x 41.3” H. Delivered on 36" rolls.
In the kid’s bedroom we can’t decide between the “Cherry Blossom” and “Lilly Panels”. If you have a strong opinion please leave a comment or reply with your choice.
Lilly French Panels (Detail of Panel #3) - Hand painted by Lena Fransioli and Brooke Sheldon, with faux molding and filigree surround.
|Lilly French Panels (Panels 1-4) - 7 Panels of various widths, all are 71.5" H.|
|Lilly French Panels (Panels 5-7)|