Thursday, April 26, 2007

Photographic Wallpaper and Stark Modernism

A bright pink peach blossom wall installation in this 1958 LA bedroom really draws the eye. Created by interior designer, John Janik, and L.A. photographer, Michael Horta, these images are a bright contrast to the crisp white furnishings.

This room is actually filled with more subtle contrasts, like the delicate vintage German lamp bases capriciously displayed without shades. Or the school-house linoleum floors paired with an ivory Hermes blanket.

For tips on how to create your own photographic wallpaper at home, click over to Shak In Style.

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