Wallpaper can add tremendous character to a new home — or give familiar rooms a new energy. Line a dining room in a bold graphic design to wow guests at the next dinner party. Brighten a bath with a fun floral pattern. Spice up the kitchen with a geometric print that will put some zing into meal prep. Whatever the motivation, the perfect wallpaper is out there.
The home at 1501 Shady Oaks Lane in Fort Worth’s Westover Hills has a subtle and chic geometric paper on one wall of its contemporary kitchen, adding quiet punch to the sleek white marble island and wiry gold modernist chandelier. It is priced $4,699,000 by John Zimmerman.
A picturesque 1940’s Tudor in Fort Worth, 5700 Westover Court has an interior that is a balance of intricate detail and restful simplicity. The paper on one wall of an intimate dining room resembles a traditional Asian coromandel screen, a la Coco Chanel’s famous Paris apartment, and transforms the room into a work of art. It is priced $3,750,000 by Amy Hooper Trott.
A chic, unique French Provincial in Crestmont, 1410 Washington Terrace has a personality like no other — and a master bedroom with an accent wall papered in a pattern that recalls an elegant wrought-iron trellis, or perhaps the logo of a famous fashion brand. It is priced $1,899,000 by John Zimmerman.
The interior of 6916 Sanctuary Lane in Fort Worth’s Mira Vista boasts a regal atmosphere with its rich décor — nowhere more than in the French-influenced master bath with its black-and-white toile wallpaper with interlocking urns and vines. It is priced $1,840,000 by Leigh Crates.
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