Do you cringe at the thought of wallpaper? Well, it's come a long way since the 1970s, and offers a quick option for adding color and fun to any space. Interior designer Anne-Marie Barton uses wallcoverings to create a special "surprise for the eye," especially in unexpected places like ceilings and task rooms. Want to design a dramatic focal point in your favorite room? Anne-Marie will reveal how to do it with wallpaper!
Up Next in Materials Matter - Season 1
Countertops are more than just an afterthought. We work on them, eat off them, and they represent some of the most vital surfaces in our homes. Interior designer Anne-Marie Barton likes to start with countertops and create an entire palette of ideas from there. Follow along as she walks you throu...
Fabrics are one of the first design elements that interior designer Anne-Marie Barton uses to gauge what her clients like and to help decipher their design style. Watch as Anne-Marie gives you a tour of her own home and client projects, sharing her favorite fabric selections and the three element...
Cabinetry Hardware Matters
Interior designer Anne-Marie Barton introduces a design element with a lot of pull. Cabinetry hardware acts as the final signature on a piece of furniture and, just like choosing the perfect shoe to complete an outfit, there are lots of options and opportunities to get creative. Anne-Marie walks ...