Saw one this first week of Jan 2020 that showed wallpaper among other things, but lost it!
Mona...Can you send us a picture so we might see the area? Thanks
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Hope this helps.
Hoping one of these may be it:
As an interior designer, I use wallpaper in foyers all the time. Chose one with the colors you wish to use throughout your home . I usually suggest one with at least 5 colors and in a stylized geometric or floral abstract not stripes. Stripes in a narrow space sometimes come off like "jail". The multi colored wallpaper gives you a "reason" for color selection in other rooms and adds continuity. If room add a small bench, narrow table and mirror. I hope this helps.
Hi Mona, I found this link that may help you, but you also want to remember they make some fantastic easy to remove wall decals now too! Good luck, hope this gives you some great inspiration!
Hi Mona, here's a group of projects about entryways from Hometalk posts. Hope one is the one you are looking for.
Mona: maybe these will help
If you're looking for the easiest & most affordable way to incorporate wallpaper, here's my pick: https://bachelorettepadflip.com/2018/05/29/review-of-peel-stick-wallpaper/
Was it this one. https://www.hometalk.com/13637560/wallpapered-entryway-makeover
I want to caution you against cheap peel and stick wallpaper- I've tried it twice now, in two different homes, and it's caused heartbreak every time! It falls off the walls after a few days or weeks, shrinks, and is all-around terrible. I haven't tried more expensive brands like spoonflower, but my advice for wallpaper is go with the old school kind.
I posted my front entry renovation and which showed the vintage toile wallpaper I put up. Here is that post.