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Bedroom Bay

This the the bay for the master bedroom. After it started drying, I realized I had put the paper on upside down. I decided that 1) you have to really pay attention to notice it and 2) its gonna be mostly covered up by curtains and furniture. So I left it alone.

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2nd Princess Anne

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Aren't those bays a pain? That's a good idea to paper them before installation. I'll have to try that. I wouldn't have noticed the paper being upside down.

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This is the exact paper i used in my laurel master bedroom.... Looks like we have the same scrapbook paper book .. i love it

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Since most everyone's head is cut off because of the windows, I really can't tell either.

I couldn't remember who else was looking to use this paper (someone who was thinking of mixing it with a dark wine)... was that you, Kelly?

It's relatively new at HL and even though maybe a little oversized, I think it lends itself very well to minis because of the soft colors and era.

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I love toile in any style or color combination. Don't know why. Its just so regal looking to me.

I thought seriously about using all toile (not upside down, of course) but since I was using the matching blue cabbage rose print (for which there is no matching toile) in the adjacent bath, I opted to just do the bay. I'd absolutely use both of these papers again.

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