Our “Framed” Wall of Books

We proudly displayed our Graham and Brown wallpaper wall at Storyopolis this weekend in support of Sophie’s Book Club. And now we are thinking that this Frames wallpaper is a must for a future playroom makeover.

Looking to create similar shelving to display your child’s books for just $20 bucks? Follow our DIY post here. And for a real WOW factor, try running these shelves all the way up, down and across an entire wall for an amazing library impact. It’s our belief that if you display your books, your child will want to read them. Happy reading!


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    Hi Shell,
    That’s correct, it’s the wallpaper that you can draw on. We were torn on whether we should draw on it because we love it’s simple and clean look too!

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    $20!?!? Fantastic! Goes to show that it’s the small, thoughtful accent touches that really bring a room together. Love examples that showcase how you can make a stylish nursery without spending thousands of dollars. Thanks!

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    We used this wallpaper in a boy’s nursery and it’s awesome! The homeowner went to Kinko’s and printed pictures on foam board, and then put them on that wall paper for a 3D effect. They also had the kids paint their hand prints directly on the wallpaper, and they’re using it as their growth chart, by writing directly on it – it’s so versatile!

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