History doesn’t reveal as much about wallpaper as perhaps it should. On the other hand as it is by definition temporary, it’s perhaps unsurprising that less hard evidence of it remains than of murals and paintings. The pyramids and caves of our own distant forebears were not, so far as we know, wallpapered. But then we have come a very long distance since that time. If you are planning on changing the style of your house, you will find this article very interesting. Miss E Wakerly is making quite a name for herself and it’s not difficult to see why given her clear talent and eye for the sublime. Here I take a look at what is making the young London designer such a hot topic of conversation in design circles. Dolls House Decoration is much easier than it looks. It is a time consuming process but it is very enjoyable to see an empty shell of a dolls house turn into an exquisite home. You are ready to redecorate your house, or perhaps just a room in that house and you are wondering how to get rid of that out-dated wallpaper. Some do-it-yourself decorators choose to cover the wallpaper with new paper or paint, but this is not usually the wisest decision. Moisture in adhesives can cause new coverings to peel and lap marks maybe visible through your new paint or wallpaper. Simply put, new coverings and paint will apply more easily on clean, stripped-down surfaces so your best to expend a bit of elbow grease and remove that unwanted paper. One of the misconceptions about doll houses is that these miniatures bring the owner to some sort of a fantasy world or to some a Neverland far away. Most people did not find it hard to believe. Their belief is not without good basis. After all, a doll house is just a make-believe and a toy.