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May 13, 2010

Rock Your Walls with Frames Wallpaper

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This freakishly cool wallpaper, 'Frames', just became available in Canada. 

The press release says, "Canadians no longer need to beg British friends to send a roll of Frames to them".  Because apparently some style-savvy Canadians had developed this level of desire for Frames.

I'd never heard of Frames wallpaper before today, but I think the concept is cool. A lot cooler than, say, taking a black crayon and drawing free-hand boxes all over your walls.  Because that kind of behaviour doesn't go unnoticed by concerned relatives, who would much rather you use wallpaper.

Frames is obviously customizable.  You could make your entire wall into a giant Vision Board.

Frames can be found at ICI paint stores across Canada in late May 2010. For information on Graham & Brown and their wallcoverings visit www.grahambrown.com.

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Comments

Abi

maggie how incredible wonderful... never heard of framed wallpapers either.. interesting and clever too!!

Home Repair

I really love the wall. Its so cool and Rock! I think it fits on my room with my very cool attitude. thanks for the post and i have a great idea on hat should I do on my room and other Home Repair. Keep posting for more!

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