Dec 17, 2007
Not Grandma's Wallpaper, part 3
Well, I am still stuck on wallpaper.
Here is something from MIO, a company based in Philadephia that is dedicated to creating sustainable and innovative design.
What MIO provides for wallpaper is green, easy on the wallet, and easy to install. But best of all, it’s unique in its dimensional form.
This paper doesn’t come in a roll, instead it comes in 12 by 12 inch squares, called “paper forms”, that you can adhere with tape.
Simply peel and stick.
Paper forms can be painted, so you can customize your look.
Besides the obvious use as wall coverings in a contemporary space, I can see these being used as an inexpensive and unique substitute for a headboard.
I also see them on a ceiling; wouldn’t that be interesting – now, that’s not your Grandma’s ceiling tiles!
You can see the MIO paper forms in St. Louis at UMA.
Or if you live elsewhere, you can order online.