2013 Winning Walls With Wallcoverings

2013 Winning Walls with Wallcovering Contest
Sponsored by Rust-Oleum Corporation, Zinsser Brands

  • Daniel Gallant
    Daniel Gallant Interiors

    After 96 hours of work in this unique t-shaped space, the result was an amazing transformation to the artisticspace it was destined to be.
  • Michael Baughman, C.P.
    Baughman Wallcovering

    Raising the roof took on a whole new meaning with this project when ceiling after ceiling had intricate mural inlays.
  • Charles Gilley, Jr.
    Restoration Painting, LLC

    Grant Cottage is the historic home of President Ulysses S. Grant where he spent the last few weeks of his life penning his memoirs. The result of this install was a renovation befitting a United State President.
  • Jeanette Gilbreath
    Metropolitan Wallcoverings

    When unusable floor space was re-purposed to be the sixth wall, the result was a fabulous branding opportunity.
  • Jeff Rinehart
    Rinehart Paperhanging/Off the Wall Removal Services

    The challenges of working in a 24-7 casino are many but prepping in an underground garage and carrying the material up took hanging to a new level.
  • Steven Kaye, C.P.
    Paper Craft Interiors

    The small sample provided by the designer in no way prepared this installer for what he would face when looking at the pattern match and repeat. This commercial product created optical illusions that expanded or compressed depending on the angle you looked at so installation was comparable to working in a funhouse hall of mirrors.
  • Michael Baughman, C.P.
    Baughman Wallcovering

    Hot cross vault ceilings with a side of Venetian plaster is a recipe for one sweet hand painted mural project but don't worry, even with a double barrel hip joint the result is stunning.
  • Stephen Sullivan, III
    Sullivan's Wallpapering

    Aviator paper in a master bedroom kitchenette left this project flying high with its 45 and 90 degree corners and one of a kind cut mirror glass countertop.
  • Luis Magan
    Magan Wallcovering & Painting

    The primary component of this project was a three dimensional recycled material with the look and feel of a carton. Application of the product required “building” in the seams and corners where there were gaps so a bit of ingenuity was required to create this fabulous look.
  • Vincent J. LaRusso, C.P.
    Time For A Change Wallpapering, Inc.

    This Manhattan Park Avenue town house became an eco-friendly tree house with the addition of amazing wood veneer wallcovering. The beauty is unparalleled and only created by nature.
  • Phil &Jennifer Curtis, C.P.
    Curtis Enterprises

    The walls of this 1924 craftsman style home just screamed for Bradbury & Bradbury so that is exactly what they got. The transformation was so exquisite that even the family's Great Dane was impressed.
  • Susan Macuna, C.P.
    Macuna Wallpapering, LLC