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Are you looking to spruce up your home decor without breaking the bank? Look no further! We have a fantastic interior design hack that will take your space from ordinary to extraordinary in no time. Say hello to the power of wallpaper between shelving – it's a game-changer!


Wallpaper isn't just for walls anymore. By strategically placing wallpaper between your shelving units, you can add depth, texture, and personality to any room. It's a simple yet effective way to elevate your design without the hassle of major renovations.


Why choose wallpaper? Well, for starters, it comes in a plethora of patterns, colors, and textures, allowing you to customize your space to suit your unique style. Whether you prefer bold and vibrant prints or subtle and understated designs, there's a wallpaper out there for everyone.


But what makes this trick truly special is its unexpected nature. Guests will be delighted by the charming surprise of discovering wallpaper nestled between your shelves. It's a small detail that packs a big punch and instantly adds visual interest to any room.


Not convinced yet? Consider the versatility of this design hack. You can use it in virtually any space – from living rooms and bedrooms to kitchens and home offices. It's a budget-friendly solution that delivers maximum impact with minimal effort.


Ready to give it a try? Here's how to get started:

  1. Choose Your Wallpaper: Browse through a variety of wallpaper options to find the perfect match for your space. Don't be afraid to get creative and think outside the box!

  2. Measure and Cut: Measure the space between your shelving units and cut the wallpaper to size accordingly. Be sure to account for any obstacles such as outlets or light switches.

  3. Apply the Wallpaper: Carefully apply the wallpaper to the back of your shelving unit, smoothing out any wrinkles or air bubbles as you go. Use a squeegee or credit card to ensure a smooth and even application.

  4. Enjoy the Transformation: Step back and admire your handiwork! You'll be amazed at how such a simple addition can make such a big difference in the overall look and feel of your space.


In conclusion, adding wallpaper between your shelving units is a brilliant way to elevate your home design. It's easy, affordable, and oh-so-stylish. So why wait? Give it a try and watch as your space is transformed into a magazine-worthy masterpiece. Happy decorating!


Photos by Toni Deis Creative


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Life too busy to plan all of the details of your renovation? Have design paralysis from all of the options?


Let MIMI & HILL help you. We will handle all of the minor details that can significantly add up and become so daunting.


In this kitchen alone there are at least 30 decisions your interior designer will make for you:


  1. Paint colors

  2. Wall Treatments

  3. Beam Materials/Details

  4. Moulding Profile

  5. Door Profiles

  6. Floor Plan/Layout

  7. Furniture and Fabric Selections

  8. Nailhead or Trim Material for Furnishings

  9. Hardware Locations

  10. Hardware Selections

  11. Metal Finishes

  12. Outlet Locations

  13. Cabinetry Layout/Storage

  14. Cabinet Inserts

  15. Flooring Material/Stain Color

  16. Sconce Height

  17. Pendant/Sconce Locations

  18. Pendant Drop Height

  19. Radius of Arch

  20. Hood Material

  21. Plumbing Fixtures

  22. Tile Coursing

  23. Grout Color

  24. Depth/Height of Niches

  25. Countertop Seams

  26. Countertop Profile

  27. Countertop Edge

  28. Slab Material

  29. Island Stain Color

  30. Styling



Don’t become so overwhelmed that you can’t finish your project. Let us take that off of your plate.

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Sometimes the most remarkable transformations arise from subtle adjustments that honor both functionality and aesthetics. Take, for instance, the captivating journey of a spacious kitchen and family room, where the preservation of an open flow was paramount. Yet, through smart design choices, an elegant archway and pantry doors were seamlessly integrated, enriching the space with enhanced storage and a newfound sense of coziness.


Preserving Open Flow, Elevating Style

The challenge presented to us was clear: how to enhance the functionality of the space without compromising the cherished openness between the kitchen and family room. Our client expressed a strong desire to maintain the seamless connection while seeking solutions to maximize storage and introduce a touch of distinction.


A Visual Break with Functional Benefits

The installation of the archway and pantry doors brought about a multifaceted transformation. Not only did it create a graceful transition between the kitchen and family room, but it also served as a practical divider, delineating the spaces while preserving their interconnectedness. Moreover, the addition of the pantry doors introduced valuable storage opportunities, seamlessly blending form and function.


Elevating Coziness and Comfort

One of the most gratifying outcomes of this transformation was the enhancement of the family room's ambiance. With the introduction of the archway and pantry doors, the space acquired an inviting warmth and intimacy, inviting moments of shared laughter and relaxation. The visual break provided by these architectural elements imparted a sense of coziness that enveloped the room, fostering a welcoming environment for family gatherings and cherished memories.



Photos by Toni Deis Creative

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