So you love wallpaper, but aren’t ready to go wall-to-wall? Take your lead from Foster Custom Homes. In the recent Utah Valley Parade of Homes, this creative team introduced framed wallpaper. They applied a frame to a bedroom wall and then filled it with a vibrant floral wallpaper. Not only is the look fresh and fabulous, but because of the inset frame, the treatment required less wallpaper—and that means less work and less cost. When the homeowners are ready for a different look for the room, they simply remove the inset flower wallpaper and replace it with something new.

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Brad Mee is the Editor-in-Chief of Utah Style & Design Magazine.