The Tom Haga 'Attic' Wallpaper Collection Conceals Boring Walls

By: Regan Canie - Published: Nov 3, 2011 • References: architonic & blog.urbanoutfitters
When house-hunting for a new home or a studio apartment, finding digs with exposed brick walls is like hitting the interior decorating jackpot. You can stop the search and instead supply your own dash of rustic design with concrete coverings like the Tom Haga 'Attic' Wallpaper.

The decorative hangings are made to be plastered up on any basic wall in order to spruce up a humdrum hallway or even act as a unique headboard background for your bedroom. Haga, a professional photographer, actually snapped pics of real brick and converted it into a covering to create the undone, yet upscale look.

Bless your abode with the easy brick treatment of the Tom Haga 'Attic' Wallpaper and instantly upgrade your living arrangements with a vintage vibe. Stats for Exposed Brick Adornments Trending: Older & Mild
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