I have loved and lusted for Phillip Jeffries "Rivet" wallpaper since it first was introduced. The texture and dimension are incredible. It can read masculine but can also bend for various spaces. The above shows a chameleon like ability to transition to a coastal vibe.
I am so excited that one of my clients is going to use this fabulous wallpaper in her powder room. As I look through the web for inspiration, I am surrounded by some gorgeous ways to use this surprisely versatile wallcovering. Take it all in...it is riveting...ha! Couldn't resist.
Christina Karras from Studio Karras uses Rivets to perfectly compliment a Boho chic room!
Dark, moody, and brilliant! I could not love this space more. It is wrong that my favorite color is black? If loving you is wrong, I don't want to be right=:)
Welcoming, bold, and inviting. Willey Design did a lovely job putting together this thoughtful space. What a powerful feature wall for this bedroom!
This is a really interesting mix of Rivets, wainscotting, and a generous use of metals. Farmhouse chic meets industrial. Testing the boundaries! As ususal, Rivets steals the show.
The above shows a bold choice for a tight hallway. Rivets is the WHOLE story in this entryway. It envelops you as soon as you hit the space. John Bossard designed Carole Raziwill to absolute perfection. Click on the link above to see more images of her gorgeous apartment.
This is probably one of the most traditional ways to use Rivets. A mix of natural elements, metal and Rivets. HOMERUN from Marie Flanagan Interiors!
Don't forget to look up=:)
Versatile, textural, interesting, and a total show stopper! Rivets by Phillip Jeffries.