We all know the transformative power of a proper wallcovering. The right pattern in the right color can elevate even the smallest of spaces and soften the grandest of them. We particularly love the very different feelings acheived from these two uses of Osborne & Little's Minaret
wallpaper, as seen in Kelley Carter
's Brooklyn apartment and an Atlanta model apartment designed by Lee Kleinhelter
Carter brought a touch of insouciant eclecticism that we declared, "a well-choreographed collision of baroque and modern refinement," while the Kleinhelter-designed office is strictly Wall Street-chic, with a touch of regency refinement. Which look do you prefer?
(Photos © Patrick Cline / Lonny)