Tuesday, September 8, 2009

GIVEAWAY! My Newest Wall Obsession

By now you have probably seen the amazing products from Whitewall & Co.; but if you haven't I want to introduce you to my newest wall obsession. You know I LOVE wallpaper but sometimes between the price and my personal indecisiveness I wish there was something more temporary. These are some rooms done using Whitewalls large stencils.
Perhaps you remember these from here?

Not only do they have patterns for your walls but they also have wainscot designs and borders as well.
Okay, now here is where you come in dear readers! Whitewall & Co. is giving away one of their wall patterns to a Haven & Home reader. Here are just some to chose from....



All you have to do to enter the giveaway is either leave a comment or send me an e-mail. I would love to hear what room you would use it in and if you would go bright and bold or something more subtle like tone on tone. Want color ideas for your walls? Be sure to visit there WEBSITE for endless possibilities.

I want to use one in my guest bath that I have been planning on wallpapering since the day we moved in, not sure what color paint I would use though. Just talking about this is getting my DIY brain cells moving.

I will choose a winner at random on Friday morning, good luck!!!!

**Update- Someone just e-mailed me asking if they are a follower if they can enter twice. I didn't put anything about followers because I did not want people to feel like they had to follow to win- but I really do appreciate H&H's followers, so yes if you are a follower you can enter twice. Thanks again!

58 comments:

purple area said...

Love the bedset in the second picture, so beautiful!!

Janet said...

I would use to accent just one wall such at the end of Hallway for added interest.

Flick, said...

I think its a fab idea! such gorgeous patterns too. I have a serious home renovation coming up, and can picture it in my entry hall or as a main feature in the bedrooms. Love it!

Barefoot in the Park said...

oh. my. goodness.

i love this! i would absolutely love to win as my bathroom needs some LOVE! my favorite pattern is trillian way!

Sparrow's Nest said...

I've been planning on using large scale stencils for a feature wall forever. How convienient that one is being given away. All of them are lovely!!!

Emily said...

I would LOVE the Trilian Way pattern and think it would be perfect for the wall behind my bed! I think a soft grey with white would add the perfect touch! Love this giveaway.

Chic Coles (Cole Design) said...

I have a cream headboard and I think it would be great behind that in my bedroom. My favorite is the Jacob Ensley and since I also have white sheets, I think something fun and dramatic would be a good way to go. Thanks!

Heather {J} said...

Such a genius idea. Great for the commitment-phobe. I think i am loving either the round-a-bout or trilian way. Thanks!

Chic Coles (Cole Design) said...

I would also love to try the Mirium in a grey and cream look...This is my entry for being a follow :) Thanks!

other-option said...

I'd go for the Vivian - love it!

PS~Erin said...

Those rooms are so great!! I especially love the first one, everything abt it.

I've always wanted to try a pattern, but I've been to scared to go bold. This would be the perfect nudge to give me some direction. I think I'd use it in my master to give it some much needed attention and personality.

Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

Mary Grace said...

Ooooh! Perfect for my upcoming closet redo! I like the last one and LOVE the bedroom with the orange stencil. My favorite color!

Jennifer said...

I LOVE these stencils! I spent an hour at the website thinking of everything I'd like to do. My favorites are the Trilium and the Mirium, and I'd like to do a tone-on-tone (a darker color over the light grey I have now) in my foyer.

Jeannine said...

I have been so tempted to stencil the kitchen floor...thanks for the inspiration! These stencils are beautiful!

Jenny said...

Dying to try these stencils...
I'd probably go for a powder bath or my entry.
We're renting this year so no wallpaper in the house. This product might be the perfect inexpensive and non-committal wallpaper look!!

jenny

paula said...

Of course, I would be tone on tone. It would be fabulous I am sure! Oh and I am sure it would be a pain, but what about a ceiling.

Elizabeth Murphy Collins said...

Oh, how FAB!!! I'm dying to wallpaper my downstairs powder room!!!

vanessa said...

I have always loved seeing Tracery use these. I think I would do the treatment in my dining room.

Rachel said...

Oh, how fun this would be?! Yes, I do love home projects. I love the Turkish Rose design. I would use it in our master bedroom (tone-on-tone), as I have been searching endlessly for something to do behind our bed!

lizziefitz said...

Gorgeous! Fireplace wall or baby's room? The possibilities are endless:) thanks!

Alexia said...

These are so cute!

Katie said...

Love it!

Sarah said...

I like the round-a-bout pattern best, though they are all beautiful. I think a subtle low-contrast or tone-on-tone application on one wall in my bedroom would be just perfect. I love this idea - so much easier than hanging wallpaper, and totally customizable!

Sweet Nothings said...

ohh, maybe in the guest bathroom!!

C said...

I'm lovviingg this company! I love the idea of doing it below chair rail! perfect!

Oh, and I'm a follower. ;)

The Middleton family said...

They are all fabulous but I am thinking the Vivian...for my guest bath as well!!

Erin Roberts said...

Pick me, pick me!! I NEED this for the wal behind my master bed! I can't decide if it would be tone on tone or contrast. Maybe some metallic?

LindsB said...

Wow, what a great idea!! Of course I would have to do something BOLD and bright- but not sure what room I would use it in, either the bathroom, office or maybe my bedroom- hmmm I'd have to think more.

Yansy said...

This is such a fantastic giveaway! I would love to use it in our new bedroom, I think the second patter is my favorite. We're moving so this will be perfect. Thanks for the opportunity.

Yansy said...

This is such a fantastic giveaway! I would love to use it in our new bedroom, I think the second patter is my favorite. We're moving so this will be perfect. Thanks for the opportunity.

LeslieJ said...

Whoa! These are awesome! i would probably use one in my guestroom/office I've been working on for FOREVER!

Tiffany said...

Oh, I love this! Still can't decide which one I like best...

Wanderings of a Wannabe said...

i loveeee that first image. i would love to use that in my one and only bathroom. i wonder if a tone on tone would work. matte and high gloss? hmmmm oh the possibilities. my husband would die if i brought this project home!

thanks for the super fabulous giveaway!

The Hoppers said...

I would use it in my master bathroom on one wall for an accent wall.

My Notting Hill said...

I think I would use it in my dining room or master bath. Great alternative to wallpaper.

Jennifer Leigh said...

Oh my! They are gorgeous! I would use them in my entry or hall bath.

MelMir said...

I love it and I would use it in my bed and bathrooms. Do not count this as an entry, because I do not think that it would be fair for a family member to enter.

Meliah

MyLittleHappyPlace said...

FAN-tas-TIC stuff!!
I would use them in a tone-on-tone manner in our master bedroom. Soothing tones - aaahhhh!

Andrea said...

I would love to win this! I would use it in my dining room. How fun!

Andrea said...

Here is my second entry as a follower :)

Nancy M. said...

I have been trying to decide what to do in my dining room-this is a great idea! I would do a tone on tone in my dining room. I could also use it in my powder room. I would paint my ceiling in a shimmer paint and do the walls in a pattern. My mini chandelier would highlight the ceiling and the wall sconces would accent the walls!

PamperingBeki said...

So cute!

I love the Turkish Rose design and would probably use it in my entry way.

(I'm hosting a jewelry giveaway this week!)

Cristin said...

Love this idea! I am thinking my half bath would be the perfect room.

xo,
cristin

Kellie Collis said...

Gorgeous prints!

anna frances bradley said...

i would want to put it (whichever pattern that YOU, THE PROFESSIONAL, chose) on the back wall of our butler's pantry....oooph, how difficult would THAT be?? so cool, though, thanks for the education!

Jessica said...

I would wallpaper my laundry room, we got new front loaders and the room has been needing some color what better way then wallpaper.

Bevin said...

I love them all!

Heidi said...

I love the red design!! Beautiful.

Under a Green Roof said...

I love this! I'd do a dary gray tone on tone on the wall behind our bed in the master! perfect solution!

Jessica said...

I am loving the "Mirium" pattern for the wall behind the bed in our guest bedroom. Not sure what color but for sure a color.. no tone on tone.. I would want it to pop.

Thanks for the chance to win. Love then blog.

Liz said...

I would love to do this in our bedroom.

AllisonM said...

ohhh! This is so great! It would be perfect for my little powder room. I would love to do some tone on tone beige/cream. Fun! THANKS!

bluehydrangea said...

I couldn't think of a wall where i could use this but after seeing High Heel foot in the Door DIY curtains, I think I could use the stencil on fabric. wouldn't that be fun??

High-Heeled Foot in the door said...

Fun giveaway! Totally want one. I love all the patterns featured at the end of the post. I think I would have to use them in my dining room!

Down Pillow said...

Love the stencil in the second photo & the last one pictured. I'd like to accent a wall in my main living space.

TeresaAlison said...

I love the wall paper. I have never tried it thinking it was so 'old', but this is so fresh and modern. Love it.

Kelly @ Our Portland Foursquare said...

I am in love with their stencils. I'm going to use 'Elizabeth' whether I win or not in my living room!

Heather said...

Super late to the party - I was looking through an old Southern Living magazine and loved the look, and saw you'd done a post on them. Just curious if anyone has tried them out - I'm concerned that it will be too difficult to get it to all line up. Will my walls look like a trainwreck if I do it myself?