New Entry Hall Wallpaper

It’s trippy, a little crazy, it may be a labyrinth with no end; however…we love it!  Miles Redd’s Deconstructed Stripe in black by Schumacher set just the right scene in the front entry hall.

I haven’t decorated the space yet, mainly because I feel like I don’t have the right pieces yet.  It is a bit difficult to photograph, but in person it has the delicate hand-drawn look I was after (and even contemplated doing myself, like a lunatic!).

  I’ll hang the paintings soon when I gather the nerve to nail into the wallpaper. (This particular painting needs to be reworked anyway.)

So these are just photos of the wallpaper layer and nothing else.  I feel like a blue cabinet or, eek, maybe red, or mint needs to fill the hall…I don’t know!
www.tphblog.comwww.tphblog.comI love seeing it peek through the kitchen doorway. I love about the wallpaper application is it is a traditional decorating element in a traditional entry hall done in an untraditional print.  I hope I can keep that dialogue going with the rest of the layers.  See you on in Instagram in the meantime!


  1. That wallpaper is so perfect for your house! Just the right subtle touch. Can’t wait to see the artwork and furniture against it 🙂 Speaking of artwork, do you sell yours anywhere?

  2. As always, so good! I love how interesting it is without feeling busy. And yes to a colored cabinet!

  3. Amazing! I love it. Perfect mix of classic + modern, as you do…such an inspiration!

  4. What a great wallpaper choice Angela. Your home is lovely & your painting hanging at the front entrance is going to look stunning! Love your eclectic design style.

  5. Betsy Gordon says:

    I love the wallpaper choice you’ve made! It totally suits you Ang your style.
    Looking forward to seeing what’s next for the foyer and love the fact you take things slower when making choices!
    Betsy Gordon

    • Oh, man, I know slow!! But I am really motivated to get some things done. I wish all the things in my brain could just leap out (uh, most things, ha!) and then I’d be done. But I guess where’s the fun in that?? Thank you, Betsy!

  6. It looks so good! And I love the artwork

  7. beautiful! what a great way to welcome your guests…they’ll be talking about the paper as soon as they enter your door…well, at least I would be!

  8. Emily S Davis says:

    Can we talk about your powder room floor?! Thought I had been through all of your renovation posts but maybe I missed that one — what a fantastic little space!

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  10. nicole says:

    Where did you find the balusters for the staircase?

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